You: If the wonderful things in nature are proof of God's existence, then what are the repulsive and awful parts of nature proof of? Are tapeworms, for example, proof of his divine opinion of beauty?

Aaron: Not at all. There are things that have no physical beauty and things that may repulse us with their actions, but each is part of God's great plan for the universe and beautiful in its own way.

How do you respond?

  1. I would not want to argue that a tapeworm is beautiful. Go
  2. Then he could have thought of a better one. Go
  3. Then you are saying that non-wonderful things are evidence of his plan also? Go