The real world just is; unless you believe that God’s hand is everywhere, much of life has no point.
No one who has watched a woman in labor or a dying child in a leukemia ward could possibly believe that the world was custom crafted for our benefit.
In a perfectly designed world — one with no history — we would not have to suffer everything from hemorrhoids to cancer.
We can never fully understand our world, not in the way our reductionist science has led us to expect. Our science itself, from quantum theory to the mathematics of chaos, leads us into irreducible uncertainty.