Scientific discoveries, unshackled from atheism, point strongly to design as the best explanation for life and the universe, a conclusion friendly to theism.
There are hundreds of these structures. They extend over much of the Middle East: Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen.
Harari’s assurance about building group cohesion is simplistic and woefully insufficient to account for common characteristics of religion.
The reason this evidence of “fine-tuning for discovery” is so satisfying to me is not just because it defeats the anthropic principle.
Mark Vernon has mistaken a narrow deism for theism and then charged theists with blasphemy for considering God free to act within the created order.