To help support this ministry click here: http://www.patreon.com/inspiringphilosophy Many theists try to use the teleological argument as proof that God exis...

To help support this ministry click here: http://www.patreon.com/inspiringphilosophy Many theists try to use the teleological argument as proof that God exis...

Teleological_argument. I've often referred to myself as a 'Design Theorist'...this helped to define what I meant.

Teleological_argument. I've often referred to myself as a 'Design Theorist'...this helped to define what I meant.

Flaws in Paley’s Teleological Argument

Flaws in Paley's Teleological Argument

Destroying the “Puddle Analogy” August 3, 2013  The puddle analogy is an analogy that was developed by an atheist named Douglas Adams as a response to teleological arguments. Teleological arguments are arguments concerning the fine tuning of the universe or other thing such as the complexity of living organisms. The argument itself is mostly rhetorical. Rhetorical arguments tend to be very ineffective against deductive arguments such as the Teleological Argument

Destroying the “Puddle Analogy” August 3, 2013 The puddle analogy is an analogy that was developed by an atheist named Douglas Adams as a response to teleological arguments. Teleological arguments are arguments concerning the fine tuning of the universe or other thing such as the complexity of living organisms. The argument itself is mostly rhetorical. Rhetorical arguments tend to be very ineffective against deductive arguments such as the Teleological Argument

The Teleological Argument and the Fibonacci Numbers in Nature | The Creation Club | A Place for Biblical Creationists to Share and Learn

The Teleological Argument and the Fibonacci Numbers in Nature | The Creation Club | A Place for Biblical Creationists to Share and Learn

Shaken Faithless: Where's Waldo and the Teleological Argument

Shaken Faithless: Where's Waldo and the Teleological Argument

Teleological argument - teology -A teleology is an account of a given thing's purpose. For example, a teleological explanation of why forks have prongs is that this design helps humans eat certain foods; stabbing food to help humans eat is what forks are for. A purpose that is imposed by a human use, such as that of a fork, is called extrinsic.

Teleological argument - teology -A teleology is an account of a given thing's purpose. For example, a teleological explanation of why forks have prongs is that this design helps humans eat certain foods; stabbing food to help humans eat is what forks are for. A purpose that is imposed by a human use, such as that of a fork, is called extrinsic.

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