To see teleology in a physical or historical context is a valid argument, correct or not, and requires careful demonstration and proof but its use as an argument for the existence of god is pace kant most probably fallacious: the latter is borders on incoherence and has no stable referents.
The issues of ‘design’, teleology, proofs of the existence of god, and finally ‘intelligent’ design are all different and can’t be safely collated in a typical secular…
Source: secular humanist (and religious) confusion over…//The Teleological Argument – Darwiniana
There is a lot to say here and we should produce our own book on this subject. The question of atheism can be of great help in ‘debriefing’ the confusions of theism, and their dogmatic fixation of belief. Continue reading theism/atheism tend to collide and negate each other…//Here are the top 10 reasons I don’t believe in God | Alternet
Kant, history, and a challenge
September 6th, 2018 • Continue reading Kant, history, and a challenge