His answer: Embrace them. (They make nonsense out of materialist ideology.)
A couple of thoughts in response:
*If we live in an infinite multiverse, Intelligent Design is no longer a possibility – it is a certainty. Sure, so is everything. And its opposite. And everyone is a dream everyone else is having:
And God is back too, but not like you remember him. Agnostic physicist Paul Davies explains:
Far from doing away with a transcendent Creator, the multiverse theory actually injects that very concept at almost every level of its logical structure. Gods and worlds, creators and creatures, lie embedded in each other, forming an infinite regress in unbounded space.
So God turns out to be just one more note of cacophony in the transcendent goofiness. More. 😉
* While Intelligent Design becomes a certainty (at least somewhere), Darwinism becomes obsolete and obscure. Unless ours is one of the infinity of universes where Darwinism happens to rule.
* Theism becomes true on the spot – specifically, polytheism. Now there’s a thought. Especially if they are gods only in universes other than the ones they live in. 😉
* If ID proponents embrace the multiverse, there’s a good chance the scientific community will drop it like a hot potato. Or declare infinite levels of multiverse (not just four) to which we don’t have passes.
Question: If they have a head start on the irresponsibly bizarre, could anyone who started later catch up with them, even in infinity?
The Science Fictions series at your fingertips (cosmology).