The Problem with Nothing: Why The Indefensibility of Ex Nihilo Nihil Goes Wrong for Theists

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I’ve argued before that if we presume there was once absolutely nothing, we actually end up with an infinite multiverse (Ex Nihilo Onus Merdae Fit). Which eliminates the fine tuning argument, by statistically guaranteeing any universe will randomly exist, no matter how improbable its arrangement of fundamental properties. Here I walk you through the logic…

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