Religion And Teleological Argument
We know there are mainly three arguments given for existence of God
1. Cosmological Argument
2. Ontological Argument
3. Teleological Argument
In Teleological Argument, defenders of the teleological argument argue that highly structured order of the world entails that this magnificent order of the world cannot be a result of pure chance but must be the work of a ‘Supreme Mind’ who is responsible for the order. That supreme Mind is God.
The conclusion of this argument is based on an inference from analogy; the watch and the world are alike in possessing a congruence of parts and an adjustment of means to ends; the watch has a watchmaker; hence the world has a world-maker.
As from my past discussions and studying this subject from both point of views, I think we too, are using Teleological Argument to infer existence of God.
That we observe intricate design, intelligence, and precise fine tuning in our universe in order to support life on earth. and that there is nothing in our knowledge that comes into existence by itself, especially anything functional with precise laws, beauty, order, etc.
am I going right?
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