If I understand correctly, the multiverse means that there are an infinite number of universes where all possibilities exist, correct? In other words, for example, somewhere out there, there is a universe where bigfoot is real and where every episode of Friends actually happened. Right?
So in this multiverse, there must exist an equal number of universes where God exists and where he does not. So in that case, doesn’t this kind of render skepticism meaningless? The whole point of skepticism is that we look at the world we are living in and draw conclusions based on our observations and what we know about science, etc. And people will conclude that because they can’t see evidence of God, then God does not exist. But that doesn’t change the fact that it is equally likely that we live in a universe where he does but doesn’t reveal himself in the way we would like. People have said that believing in God is like believing in the tooth fairy or leprechauns. But there is just as much likelihood that we live in a universe where they exist too. Perhaps leprechauns are the reason why my car keys ended up in the diaper bag the other day.
I have heard people argue that the multiverse negates the need for God. In my opinion it proves just the opposite.