The name of the book is going to be "Resurrecting God" and here's a very rough plan for it:
Chapter one: Introduction
In which I tell the reader about Nietzsche and his arguments that god is dead.
Chapter two: God and death
In which I ponder on nihilism, existentialism, and absurdism.
Chapter two: God and information
In which I postulate that information is superior to matter
Chapter three: God and society
In which I declare that society shows god-like properties
Chapter five: God and science
In which I claim that there is still space for God but not where we've been looking for it.
Chapter six: Resurrecting God
In which I theorize informational time travel.
Chapter seven: God as Future
In which I postulate that we are on a quest to create God