What role do the laws of probability have in an argument for the existence of God? We sometimes hear secularists and atheists appeal to chance and fate as being behind everything - or if chance and fate aren't mentioned it is implied that they are enough - and then swinging in the other direction and implying that science will find an as yet undiscoverd answer, making chance and fate redundant. It is often overlooked that all things in this world are governed by the laws of probability. Is it possible to argue that the laws of probability are evidence of God's existence? I.e. in a truly random chance universe would the laws of probability would be regularly and arbitrarily broken? In the creation v. evolution debate, re micro-evolution, is it possible or useful to point to the regularity of the laws of probability as pointing to God's hand in mico evolution, and in there being a limit to what is possible through evolution. Obviously some of the claims of evolutionists seem more highly improbable than others depending on how well the evidence is presented. But evolutionists are quite happy to put the scientific laws of probability to one side, and make claims which conflict with this area of science without providing a scientific resolution, and when something seems unlikely the appeal is to chance not probability. They surely keep needing to be reminded of the laws of probability. Maybe someone can tease this out for me or unpack it or deconstruct it, as I'm no expert on the laws of probability or any other maths.