You might want to find out what "the anthropic principle" means, and then use other words to describe what it is you want to talk about.
Re your quote mine:
Wernher von Braun (Pioneer rocket engineer) "I find it as difficult to understand a scientist who does not acknowledge the presence of a superior rationality behind the existence of the universe as it is to comprehend a theologian who would deny the advances of science."
Also: "Let us win the war for Nazism and then exterminate the inferior Jewish race. Heil Hitler!" --- Werner von Braun (my paraphrase). Just 'cos he was a rocket scientist doesn't mean he was right about everything. If he had any good arguments for theism, feel free to reproduce them. If not, I am hardly likely to start believing in God just on the say-so of a Nazi war criminal.
And similar remarks apply to your other quotes. True, most of the others weren't Nazis and didn't work thousands of Jews to death as half-starved slave laborers. Good for them. And yet I know nothing so positive about them that would impel me to believe in God just on their say-so. If they had actual arguments for the existence of God, now would be a great time to produce them.
A mathematician, Borel, calculated that the probability of something happening that has a chance of happening of only 1 in 10^50, is zero, meaning, something with odds of 1 in 10^50, will never happen:
Thing is, this is a lie. Borel was, as you say, a mathematician, and therefore never claimed to have "calculated" anything so repulsively mathematically illiterate.
You can prove that it's not true yourself. Take a pack of cards and shuffle them thoroughly. The chances of you getting that particular outcome is 1 in about 8 * 10 ^ 67. If the creationist lie was true, you have just done something "that will never happen". But it did.
Perhaps you could base your arguments on something that isn't obviously a lie. Or perhaps not.