A previously unseen argument for God's existence

Here’s an argument for God that I’ve never seen before (and will probably never see again):

Economic theory teaches that man has an infinite appetite, and yet man exists in a world of finite resources. The economic theory is stated to account for the condition of man that seems to be a contradiction. For man wants everything, but can only ever have so much. Such an economic theory is strong evidence for God, for only God is the infinite good who can satisfy man’s natural appetite for the infinite good.

Refutations should be attempted at one’s own risk :smile:

There are much better formulations of this argument.