St. Thomas Aquinas Five Ways – FreeThoughtPedia
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Strato would find no Primary Cause, as he’d find no intent so that God could not have referents as Creator, Designer and so forth such that He couldn’t exist!
Lamberth’s the atelic/teleonomic argument notes that science finds no divine intent behind natural phenomena, and thus He has no intent . To prattle nevertheless He does, commits one implicitly to the new Omphalos argument that per John Hick’s eptistemic distance argument, He hides Himself ambiguously so as not to overwhelm our free wills, but no, because that lack of intent means exacly that, and no possibility thus of intent to hide, and just another argument from ignorance.
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