Some say there is no God. The universe appeared without the need of a God. All the order, all the variety, all the design came about without an intelligent designer. Is that logical?
Let’s reason on the matter.
Scientists tell us there are other earth-like planets in the universe. We have spotted some of these with our powerful telescopes.
As we keep on progressing with building more and more powerful telescopes, let’s say that one day we spot a can of peaches on some far away planet. If that should ever happen; what will we assume?
Will we not assume that some intelligent beingsmade that can of peaches? After all, a can of peaches does not make itself. Even if we can’t see the intelligent designers of the can of peaches, we will still keep looking for them because we will assume that they are there. Reason will tell us that they must be there somewhere.
Now, what if instead of a can of peaches, we
Logically, where is more intelligence needed? Where does it take more intelligence, in the making of a can of peaches or in the making of a peach tree?
On earth, we have such a diverse variety of life. We also have intelligent life. How can intelligent life come from unintelligence? How can we have a can of peaches without a peach tree?
Simple logic and reason would lead us to the assumption of an intelligent designer. If we have not seen this intelligent designer yet, would it not be wise to keep looking?