The teleological argument

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1. which of the following is a point made by Immanuel Kant

  • it depends on the idea that the universe is not ordererd
  • the argument depends of the assumption that the universe must be the independent work of a designer
  • entities should not be multiplied needlessly
  • the design argument is the only valid argument for the existence of God
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2. What does dysteleogy mean?

  • an argument that claims that regularity and order can be observed in the physical world and this must be caused by God
  • Something that shows a lack of design
  • something that is clearly designed
  • the same as teleology

3. What analogy put forward by Aquinas, can be explained using the example of birds migrating

  • the shipwreck
  • The arrow and the archer
  • the watch and the watchmaker
  • Noah and the Ark

4. who said "what can be more obvious when we look up to the sky and contemplate the heavens, than there is some divinity or intelligence"

  • Cicero
  • Kant
  • Aquinas
  • Swinburne

5. Who said, "it is almost as if the universe must in some sense have known that we were coming"

  • William Ockham
  • Arthur Brown
  • Freeman Dysan
  • James Sadowsky

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