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'God: new evidence' #04

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The universe is just right for us. Is this scientific evidence of God? Do recent scientific discoveries of cosmic fine tuning give new evidence for God?

The only kind of universe we could possibly live in is one that is fine-tuned for life. So is this enough to account for the remarkable fine tuning of the universe? Should we be surprised that the universe is just right for us?

This is the fourth in a series of six videos exploring how recent scientific discoveries point to the reality of the Creator. Featuring John Polkinghorne, David Wilkinson, Rodney Holder, Peter Williams and Graham Swinerd.

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To get some idea of what cosmic fine-tuning is like, try your hand with the Universe Fine-Tuning Machine:

Universe Fine Tuning Machine

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‘Astronomy leads us to a unique event, a universe which was created out of nothing, and delicately balanced to provide exactly the conditions required to support life. In the absence of an absurdly improbable accident, the observations of modern science seem to suggest an underlying, one might say, supernatural plan.’
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