All three, it seems that most pick one or another stating the other unreasonable for this reason or that, but in conjunction, with our current understanding they all make sense. Evolution works, but what started that spark of life, and set in motion the big bang? Creationism and Intelligent Design could almost be rolled into one, or are two totally different things depending on how you look at it. Either way, the three together can fill in each other's holes. Maybe the universe is like a grand strategy, and there is a god, who set everything up to work out, and then decided to go take a nap. At this point it's impossible to really say one is right or wrong.
Well according to physics, the universe has always existed and always will. It was never 'created'persay it was just always there. So really in that sense The universe *is* God.
Where does "physics" say that? The origins of the multiverse are still very much up in the air. And how do you know that the universe will always be here? If the big crunch is the fate of our universe, then our universe will indeed end.
Personally I believe that to an extent that *we're* God, because we have the ability to observe. Why would the universe exist if no one was there to see it?
That's hardly what people usually mean by "God". God is supposed to be the creator of everything, if he is nothing else. Clearly we did not create everything.
The big crunch or whatever you wish to call it doesn't signal the end of the universe, rather it would be supercompacted into an incredibly small space, as it supposedly was at the beginning of the big bang. Thus, the universe can never be removed. Why? Because matter cannot be destroyed. Not necessarily matter as we know it, but the substance of the universe.
God as the creator of everything still supports evolution as above, although for what we know it is possible we are an amnesiac lost race who did create the universe. Just highly unlikely.