Proofs
  Introduction
  The Teleological Argument
  The Cosmological Argument
  The Ontological Argument
  The Argument from Morality
  The Argument from Miracles
  The Argument from Religious Experience
The Teleological Argument

Summary

The teleological argument (from the Greek telos meaning 'end' or 'purpose') is also known as the design argument and is based upon examination of the nature of the world. The main thrust of the argument is therefore that the world is too complex and well ordered to have been produced by chance or random change. This being so, it is argued that God is the only being responsible.