Teleological argument - Wikipedia - Deepstash
Teleological argument for god

The Teleological argument (also known as intelligent design argument) is an argument for the existence of God, an intelligent creator based on perceived evidence of intelligent design in the natural world.

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This most elegant system of the sun, planets, and comets could not have arisen without the design and dominion of an intelligent and powerful being.

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Criticisms of the Teleological argument
  1. The argument does not prove that the intelligent designer is God.
  2. An intelligent designer must be far more complex than anything it is capable of designing, and the existence of life, let alone something more complex than it, is very impropable.
  3. Assumes that one can infer the existence of intelligent design merely by examination.

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