Actually eh - you're wrong, again. Firstly you either haven't read or understood the argument of physical conditions being 'just right'. It is not just the likelihood of our earth's conditions being 'just right' but that the universe itself has physical properties that are 'just right'. From the weight of fundamental particles to the strength of elemental forces etc - if they were a million millionth different from what they are, the universe and life would not exist in its current form.
Also, you're missing the point that I'm making - I'm not saying that it isn't possible that we are here by chance, I'm just saying that the chance is infinitely small (something Dawkins agrees with after explaining it quite well), but his argument is 'well, we're here so the conditions are right and the dice did fall in our favour'.
The watch COULD have been made by random events. But I don't have enough faith to believe that it was. I prefer to believe in the inferred view that there is a watchmaker. The universe is infinitely more complex than a watch.
BTW, as an aside, I do believe that life probably exists somewhere else in the universe. Indeed there are Islamic teachings which indicate this and that one day we'll be able to communicate with them. I haven't the refs to hand.
Your rants would have more credibility if it wasn't for the threads below this one which contain your beliefs in talking donkeys, the earth stopping spinning for a day etc just because the Bible says this took place. It is a bit rich for you to criticise me for giving scientific and logical explanations for all Quranic teachings/verses.
God clearly says some Quranic verses are metaphorical - and YOU bizarely want to take these literally (and you call me a 'truther'
) - and then you blithely give us your belief that the Quran's scientific claims are hogwash.
Which specific scientific claim do you think is hogwash? I suspect you'll dig out a metaphor that you imagine is a scientific claim. If that's the case, then God has already informed us about this tactic and who will employ it:
It is He who has sent down to you, the Book; in it are verses precise - they are the foundation of the Book - and others unspecific. As for those in whose hearts is deviation [from truth], they will follow that of it which is unspecific, seeking discord and seeking an interpretation [suitable to them]. And no one knows its [true] interpretation except Allah . But those firm in knowledge say, "We believe in it. All [of it] is from our Lord." And no one will be reminded except those of understanding.
You say you believe in the Bible (and yet invent new religious teachings where the 'condemned' and 'damned' DON'T go to hell). You seem to just be intent on causing discord.
Say, "O People of the Scripture, do you resent us except [for the fact] that we have believed in Allah and what was revealed to us and what was revealed before and because most of you are defiantly disobedient?"