Just being real writes: No I just implied that even a child on its own plane operating within its limited and undeveloped level of knowledge and understanding could distinguish between something with characteristics of specificity and something just functioning under natural unguided processes and laws.
Yes, you are right.
Remembering back to when I was a child, I could easily distinguish between designed things and natural things. Clocks, radios, furniture, houses - they were all designed things. Plants, animals, insects - they were all natural things.
Isn't it strange that what is so obvious to a child becomes non-obvious to people who grow up to be theists?
Christianity claims the moral high ground it its rhetoric. It has long since abandoned the moral high ground in its practices