Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 13, 2023 / 16:00 pm
The universe we live in is “fine-tuned,” scientifically speaking, to make it perfect for life — so much so that the odds of our universe appearing due to random chance are the same as the odds of a monkey, banging indiscriminately on a typewriter, creating the entire corpus of Shakespeare.
So says Father Robert Spitzer, who explains that the universe is “enormously improbable … it’s almost impossible to explain how this could have happened by pure chance” without invoking the idea of an intelligent Creator.
Moreover, Spitzer says he believes scientific arguments for God’s existence are starting to win over even professional scientists.
“Young scientists are more open to God than ever before,” the Jesuit priest asserted.