Teleological Argument

The teleological argument is the argument for God's existence based on observation in nature of those things which appear to be designed. It postulates that because we know what design looks like, based on human invention, we can extrapolate the principal to nature and see design in nature. Therefore, there must be a designer of nature and the designer is God. 

See the article The Teleological Argument

 

 

 

 
 
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