One side is deeply spiritual, the other is highly skeptical.
Both sides are infuriated by this total load of crap.
The very idea that you can prove the existence of God through logic or mathematics is offensive to religion and to science.
However, the most annoying thing is that, babbling about a lot of fancy sounding numbers makes the Oxford professor (of what?) sound knowledgeable and is the kind of bullshit double-speak that sucks in the less critical thinkers of the world.
For the rest of us, the entire argument falls down right from the word go, when the very first proposition, that all the maths hinges on, is explained thus:
the probability was one in two that God exists
You want to run that by me again?
Once more, I reiterate, this is offensive to religion and science.
Basically, they have said: there are two sides to the argument (God exists/God doesn't exist) and they have given each equal weight.
But, hang on a minute, aren't there a massive diversity of religious beliefs?
In fact, I'd go far as to say there as many different views on the universe as there are people in the world.
Anyway, you're not idiots, I don't have to spell it out to you.
I need to go to bed.
For now, here's the short version of my review of Harry Potter:
it was good.
I will say more later.