Category:Teleological arguments

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Teleological arguments, also known as arguments from design, claim that a God or creator must exist based on perceived evidence of order, purpose, design and/or direction 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.
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[[Category: Arguments for the existence of God]]

Latest revision as of 13:14, 5 October 2006

Teleological arguments, also known as arguments from design, claim that a God or creator must exist based on perceived evidence of order, purpose, design and/or direction 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.

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