The Teleological Argument Summary

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According to William Paley’s argument in “The Teleological Argument" everything was created for a specific purpose. Paley uses the watch and mentions its maker to compare the creation of the world and God. In order to explain why certain objects have a specific design and purpose, Paley uses the watch to develop this idea. According to Paley, the watch has many intricate parts which contribute not only to the overall design but to the overall function of the watch. This can be compared to God and how he created each individual to serve a purpose. Paley mentions that the watch is intricate and complex, which can mean that the creation of the world is also a complex and difficult concept. Even though the creator of the watch is unknown, someone
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