I remain puzzled as to why you believe that this argument proves God. It is based on tow questionable assertions that you have yet to defend, perfect natural laws (not those that relate to the principles of physics, biology, and the other hard science, but of such abstract and abstruse ones that are faith-based), and a perfect intelligence (presumably no-corporeal and eternal). you cannot accurately state that a thesis has been demonstrated until the premises upon which argument for it depends have first been incontrovertibly demonstrated.Mikko,
I'll prove God again:
There are imperfect man-made laws - violable i.e. they can be disobeyed, have exceptions i.e. they don't apply to everybody,and are not permanent i.e. they can be changed or cancelled.
There are perfect natural laws - inviolable i.e. they cannot be disobeyed, permanent i.e. cannot be changed or cancelled, and have no exceptions i.e. they apply to everybody and everything equally.
We know that the imperfect man-made laws are the necessary products of man's imperfect intelligence. and if so, the perfect natural laws must be the necessary products of a perfect intelligence.
In the latter case, there are three things involved: the PERFECT INTELLIGENCE that functions through the PERFECT NATURAL LAWS to control EVERYTHING.
The perfect intelligence which is the necessary source of the laws that control everything, we consider as the eternal energy that manifests itself through the laws in everything,
This energy, the laws and everything trinitarianly put together, constitute GOD.
Still no QED.