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This Is a Inductive Argument about the Origin and Nature of God, Religion, and the Universe
If something is unique, states Hume, then there is no prior experience with which to make a judgement upon the thing. Reasoning cannot establish a true conclusion about something that is unique. Since there is only one universe, people have no real basis to say for certain that it was designed and created by one God. The concept of God is vague, like the concept of the creation of the universe, and therefor cannot be proven to an absolute. God cannot be seen, cannot be heard, and cannot be felt. As such, God does not necessarily exist, and there is no extremely convincing evidence of his creating and designing the universe.
Hume says that conclusions about a piece of one thing do not necessarily apply to the whole, and our only evidence that the universe exhibits design is based on our examination of only a part of it. Earth only exists in one small part of the universe, and as such people can only observe a very small portion of it. As far as the rest of the universe is concerned, other galaxies far from us could have completely different structures. They could be completely random and jumbled, with absolutely no sense of pattern or organization. …
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