I do not to believe in super-natural phenomena, not believing in god, is one of them.
The best argument theists have put forward IMO is that if the value of a couple of physical constants would be just slightly off, our universe (and more specifically 'life') would not exist. I think that claim is true.
Putting a god behind the fine-tuning knob to fiddle with the values is hardly solving the problem. Of course we don't derive our values from religion :-) !
Multiverse sounds too much like exegetical acrobatics to me... Are we waiting for a unifying theory in physics? Or do you think the anthropic principle is good enough to account for it?
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