I would like you to think of GOD here as a particle or entity but NOT a religious one, just as I have been assuming throughout this entire book.
The prevailing atheistic response to this argument is that even in our universe, there is nothing special, since there may be an infinity of other universes in which life did not appear, and from which our universe was also created by chance since it is suitable for the appearance of life. That is, it is all about a required statistical result and not deliberate planning.
The great difficulty with this claim, is that there is no evidence that there is an infinity of universes or any explanation for the mechanism that is supposed to create them. Why then load on our worldview an infinity of strange universes that no one has ever seen, with laws of nature entirely different from ours, instead of assuming the existence of one more factor that designed our universe, which is GOD?
Another widespread atheist response that Richard Dawkins brought up in his book is the question, “Who designed GOD?” After all, if complicated things indicate an intelligent planner who created them, it is seemingly straightforward that GOD himself is immeasurably composed of his works, and if so, there should be someone above him who designed him, and so forth.