You: This "wonderfulness" that you see so much importance in contains no evidence of any sort of divine plan. I can find a perfectly natural law that explains even the most wonderful parts of nature.

Aaron: Natural laws are the tools God uses to create earthly wonders. He draws water to carve canyons, and bends the earth to raise majestic mountains. Natural laws do not contradict the possibility of God's divine plan, for God created those laws in the first place. They are proof of his existence just as the wonders of nature are.

You: I get the feeling that we've been here before, and I have no wish to rehash the God-created-the-laws-of-nature argument with you.

Aaron: Fair enough. Let me continue down a slightly different path.