An Analysis Of Paley's Arguments For The Existence Of God

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All of the philosophers that we've studied so far have made some valid arguments concerning the existence, or non-existence of God. If I had to be swayed by an opinion for God's existence, or non-existence it would have to be by William Paley's argument.
Paley's analogy is strong because of his metaphor of the watch to explain the universe and the existence of an intelligent designer. The weak part of this analogy is that the watchmaker as evidence can be produced in the physical form; the universe maker as evidence cannot be produced in physical form. Trying to prove the factual existence of a universe maker is hard. It's almost like proving that I believe that Seattle Washington exists. Seattle is actually a real place, a real city, in which

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