Decades of intellectual atheism peaked with Richard Dawkins’ 2006 book ‘The God Delusion’. The pro-evolutionary biologist argued that the creationist idea of a universal deity behind the design of the Universe is undermining the education of ‘proven scientific facts’ such as the evolution of species. His point was that Creationism is a metaphysical philosophy which has passed its purpose of helping us understand our place in the Universe. Dawkins, considered ‘the most famous atheist alive’, recently mentioned that while evolutionary Biology has ‘superseded’ Creationism, the Multiverse theory of physicist Stephen Hawking is now delivering the coup de grâce. Propounding how an almost infinite number of universes coexisted simultaneously, Stephen Hawking wrote in his 2010 book ‘The Grand Design’ that our Universe is one in billions, having the suitable physical laws and conditions for life, thereby ‘logically’ resulting in its emergence: a matter of cosmological randomness on an unimaginable scale of repetition. Stephen Hawking has become the Charles Darwin of Physics and Cosmology.