the Teleological Argument

1. Which of the following best characterizes the Teleological Argument for the existence of God?

  a. The only explanation for miracles is divine intervention; that miracles happen proves that God exists.
  b. The existence of God is commonly held to be a fact, a belief shared by the some of the greatest minds who have ever lived. It is unlikely that the majority of human thinkers could be wrong.
  c. Without God, life would have no meaning; our lives do have meaning; therefore, God exists.
  d. God and nature are one; we can prove the existence of nature through observation, therefore God exists.
  e. The universe could not have come about by chance; only a divine, all-powerful being could have created a universe as complex and magnificent as ours.