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Letters to a Doubting Thomas 5: A Design Argument


Layman seeks to point out that naturalism must assume more things in order to explain the fine tuned (for life) universe. We need to assume multiple universes where all possible universes exist in order to explain contingent beings (like humans). As I showed earlier, Theism doesn’t make more likely human beings, nor does it make more likely any of the other contingent parts of the universe, like black holes, iPads, and water. I wonder if multiple universe theory is more likely than Layman makes it out to be. It’s my impression that the math behind the MUH is strong, and it’s math that we’ve worked out from models based on background information.

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