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The arguments presented specifically focus on the sole fact that “God created the world” however, the effect of that is perceived differently by each argument. Out of all the agreements I truthfully cannot say I believe in them completely. The argument I somewhat can agree with would be cosmological. A powerful being or what we comprehend as a God created the beginning and caused the world into motion. God caused the beginning motion. However, I strongly agree with Hume’s critiques that the complexity that developed over extremely long periods of time. In other words, I suppose a God did not just create everything as we see it today. Everything developed over time because of a being’s “cause” we are seeing the effect. What do I consider to be a good bias referring to God’s existence? I suppose overall, if there is a design or creation then there is a designer or creator. When looking at nature or up at the stars it would seem clear to me no human could ever create something so wonderful. The stars to a

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