The Design Argument Essay: Does God Exist?
The objection is that even if living organisms are the product of intelligent design, it does not prove the existence of God. Hume sees that there is so much wrong in the world to the extent that there is no way a God as described to be almighty could create something that is so far from his description. As a matter of fact this makes it seem as though the universe more than likely was created by an imperfect being or even a committee of beings. This objection is tied to the idea of wondering why the world as it is has so much suffering; Along with the fact that if God was this all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-loving being why he would put living organisms through so much suffering and still have people who believe he is the creator. Hume also argues that premise two is false. It can be found improbable that just because living organisms have design-like properties that they are part of an intelligent design. Manson states in the design argument that there is a more logical reason to account for the design-like properties of living organisms. He cites Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution as a plausible explanation for these having those properties and not being a creation of intelligent design just an adaptability process over billions of years. Looking at the objections made there is still room to argue for the existence of