Do you think that your very own brain needs an intelligent designer?If not,do you trust your very own brain if it is something that is as a result of evolution?
By the way,interpret this question in anyway you like.
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This question kinda presupposes the need for it to be one rather than the other when this really isn't neccessary. I don't believe any of us were made perfect as none of us are (if we're going to bring the intelligent design argument into this than we might as well integrate a religious perspective), in christianity the very foundation of the belief is that no one of us has been made perfect. There is intelligent design but not in the conventional way. Intelligent design was integrated within the laws of the universe in order to foster the development of intelligent beings.
The anthophic principle argues that the very basis the design in the universe was created in such a way that it would eventually lead to complex beings with highly evolved brains. If the temperature of the primal fireball that resulted from the big bang some 15 to 20 twenty billion years ago which was the beginning of our universe, if it had been a trilliontth of a degree colder or hotter then the carbon molecule that is the foundation of all organic life could never have developed. The number of possible universes is trillions of trillions; only one of them could support human life. if the cosmic rays had bombarded the primordial slime at a slightly different angle or time or intensity, the hemoglobin molecule, necessary for all warm blooded animals could never have evolved. The chance of this molecule's evolving is something like one in a trillion trillion, kinda the equivilent of ordering a billion monkeys to type hamlet by the random tappings of a typewriter for decades, not very likely...
Evolution can be argued to be a wonderful example of creation rather than an arguemnt against it. if we just look at the brain as nothing more than somewhere where particles clash to explain actions2
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