The Teleological Argument for the Existence of God: The intricate design of the universe, which reflects order, consistency, unity, and pattern, argues for a purposeful cause (i.e. an intelligent designer). Commonly used examples of the complexity of life, which support the teleological argument are 1) the eye 2) the cell 3) DNA. [Image: Biomimicry- Burrs and Velcro]
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.
Philosophical Theology (150$) A 30-hour undergraduate course taught by Dr. Craig at Wheaton College, examining at length the Leibnizian and Kalam cosmological arguments, the teleological argument, the axiological argument, and the ontological argument.
Atheist Analysis: S04 E04 Conversations With Christians Talking about the Teleological argument... - VIDEO - http://holesinthefoam.us/atheist-analysis-s04-e04-conversations-with-christians-talking-about-the-teleological-argument/
PLATO (427 - 347 BC) The execution of his teacher Socrates embittered Plato and he left Athens to travel and study in Italy, Sicily and probably N'Africa. He opened a school called 'The Academy' which became the first university in Europe. Plato expressed his philosophic thinking in many written dialogues which rank among the greatest literary and philosophic masterpieces of all times.