Fr. Spitzer has dealt in his talk with various arguments for a beginning of a universe and the fine-tuning of many of its constants and parameters – arguments which would seem to imply that the universe originated with a spiritual and intelligent cause that would qualify as a creator God. He also argued against various ways in which scientists have attempted to explain away those things that would make the Big Bang dependent on such a first transcendent, omnipotent and intelligent efficient cause. What I now want to suggest is that, even if those arguments against Fr. Spitzer would succeed, he still might win the argument.