D Rizdek’s Objection to Fine-Tuning Arguments for God’s Existence

D Rizdek at Debunking Christianity tries to turn the tables on defenders of fine-tuning arguments for God’s existence; he says that apparent fine-tuning only makes sense if there is no God.

LINK (HT: The A-Unicornist)

It’s a short post, so go read it. Then I’d love to read your answers to this question: is that a good defeater to fine-tuning arguments?

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