Take advantage of the quarantine to learn more about the case for God’s existence, the reliability of the Bible and the nature of the Christian worldview
What are the reasonable attributes of design we recognize in intelligently created objects? Do these attributes exist in biological organisms, and, if so, what intelligent source is most reasonable as an explanation?
The most obvious and reasonable inference seems to be elusive to naturalists who try to account for the appearance of design in biological organisms
1. Why do you think Richard Dawkins acknowledges the “appearance” of design in biology but rejects the existence of a “Designer”?
2. List the eight attributes of design we find in designed objects:
3. Which of these attributes of design do you find most persuasive in the Bacterial Flagellum, why do you think this is such a good indicator for design?
4. Why are any combination of physics, chemistry and chance less likely to produce the appearance of design?
5. Summarize, in your own words, why design is a better inference for the appearance of biological organisms:
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