A teleological argument, or argument from design, is an argument for the existence of God or a creator based on perceived evidence of order, purpose, design, or direction — or some combination of these — in nature. The word "teleological" is derived from the Greek word telos, meaning "end" or "purpose". Teleology is the supposition that there is purpose or directive principle in the works and processes of nature.
It is a modern form of the traditional teleological argument for the existence of God, but one which avoids specifying the nature or identity of the designer. The idea was developed by a group of American creationists who reformulated their argument in the creation-evolution controversy to circumvent court rulings that prohibit the teaching of creationism as science.
All of which, I suppose, precludes, at least in the near term, I will be forced to eat voles and mice through several lives. Also supposing there will be others.
From my point of view these things do not exist. They each have their own reality. I’m color blind, you see.
I do know of a place to relax and think about it all, however.
I swiped the pictures. I took the “Intelligent Design” material from Wiki.
The idea of placing them all on this page, in this order, under these arguments, was mine.
I lost thirty – five cents on Poker Stars PLO8 6 max table this morning and needed some entertainment.
From the reaches,