Reasonable Faith have put out a new video explaining the fine tuning argument:
Scientists have come to the shocking realization that the fundamental constants and quantities of our universe have been carefully dialed to an astonishingly precise value – a value that falls within an exceedingly narrow, life-permitting range. If any one of these numbers were altered by even a hair’s breadth, no physical, interactive life of any kind could exist anywhere. There’d be no stars, no life, no planets, no chemistry.
What is the best explanation for this fine tuning? Does chance, the physical necessity of these constants, or design best explain this phenomenon?