Teleological

Aquinas Fifth way
Teleological - objects do not have the intelligence to work to an end purpose. Therefore they must be directed by God. (Archer and arrow)
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William Paley
"my foot against a stone...it had lain there forever...found a watch...several parts are framed and put together for a purpose...inevitable that the watch must have a maker."
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Tennant
Modern view
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Anthropic Principle
The universe fits perfectly in the development of life. It allows intelligent human beings and has order when growing and developing.
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Aesthetic Argument
The appreication of beauty, music and art which aren't necessary for human survival but develop qualities that relate to love.
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"my foot against a stone...it had lain there forever...found a watch...several parts are framed and put together for a purpose...inevitable that the watch must have a maker."

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William Paley

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The universe fits perfectly in the development of life. It allows intelligent human beings and has order when growing and developing.

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The appreication of beauty, music and art which aren't necessary for human survival but develop qualities that relate to love.

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