A common response to the incredibly fine-tuned universe and the highly improbability of life being in this universe is the infinite universe explanation. If there are an infinite number of universes it reduces the highly unlikelihood of life. The universe we find ourselves in is simply one among countless others. Given the infinitely many universes all the possible distribution of values over the fine-tuned parameters would have been tried out. As it happens, we find ourselves in one of those universes where the constants are such as to allow the development of intelligent life.
The vast majority of philosophers now have given up on deductive arguments from evil and suffering and instead they claim the evil and suffering in our universe makes it highly unlikely that there’s a God. But Like the atheist we could respond by saying that God could have created an infinite number of universes in which there is an overall balance of good over evil and suffering. In some universes there is no evil and suffering in some there is a great deal. As it happens we find ourselves in one of those universes in which there is a great deal. But then it’s no longer highly unlikely that theism is true given the infinite number of universes.