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The Fine Tuning Argument For God's Existence (Updated Version)

Back in 2012, I wrote a blog post on one version of The Teleological Argument for God’s Existence titled “The Fine Tuning and Objections To It”. But given my upcoming debate on arguments for God’s existence with a man named Anthony Bigg, I thought I’d write an updated version of that blog post. This one will have more objections to the argument listed and how I address them.
What is The Fine Tuning Argument? Well, physicists used to think that whatever the initial conditions of the universe were, eventually, given enough time and chances, physical life would evolve somewhere. But scientific discoveries over the last 50 years have shown that the laws and the constants of physics unexpectedly conspire in a an extraordinary way to make the universe habitable for life. If these constants and quantities were off by even a teeny tiny bit when the universe came into being, life would never have been able to evolve anywhere in the cosmos. Scientists call it “fine tuning” because it’s analog…

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