Separation by Explanation

Separation by Explanation - Teleological Argument-there is...

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Phi 340 Separation by Explanation 3-13-07 The Evidentialist Objection to the belief that God exists, I presented the evidentialist premise that there isn't adequate evidence for God's existence, either because there is no such evidence, or because there is some evidence, but that it is not sufficiently strong or compelling evidence.
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Unformatted text preview: Teleological Argument-there is compelling evidence of God's existence because we can see God's purposes and design in many parts of the universe, and in the universe itself, considered as a whole Hume gives the most compelling purpose argument relating to religion....
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