Even without a multiverse what I said stands true. What about this universe can scientifically be used to prove a creator? I personally see it both ways.
Ecology is perfectly able to stand on its own without a creator. We can explain most of the processes through natural science. At the same time, by faith, I can overlap ecology with philosophical ideas rooted in religion.
Such as when it’s really hot outside and I’m hiking and I’m 12 miles away from getting back to base and I’m hot. I’ve ran out of water because I only expected to go 5 miles out and on a whim I went further. This is a true story by the way.
I had 12 miles to go and it was so sunny and hot I felt like I was going to have a heat exhaustion. I prayed to God to help me remain encouraged and get back well and to help. 20 minutes later, a giant cloud that covered miles and miles and miles came into view. After an hour that cloud begin to cover the sun and kept it covered almost the entire time. Also while this was happening I came across someone camping who set up since I passed that spot originally. They gave me two bottles of water.
I felt very thankful to God. I prayed and a cloud came and I got water. I’ve hiked out there hundreds of times and very rarely come across another person. It’s off the main trail.
However, I know this happens to hundreds of people a year. Similar things have happened to me. I’ve been out there and saw someone who looked thirsty and offered water and they were so thankful as well.
So I can work that out as just coincidence. That cloud begin to develop way before I prayed. It developed over the coast and made its way there and I was surrounded by 80 foot tall trees on top of 20 foot slopes and so I could not see it. That person made plans to go hiking and drove hours out of state to get there.
I can still say what a coincidence. What timing! I can explain it away naturally 100%. I can also glorify God for it. What I can’t do is use it to prove God exists. I am feeling he same way about fine tuning.