Mackie, induction, and God

Religious Studies 19 (3):385 - 392 (1983)
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IN REPLY TO J L MACKIE’S CRITICISMS OF MY "THE EXISTENCE OF GOD", I CLAIM THAT A PERSONAL EXPLANATION OF THE ORDER OF THE UNIVERSE IS IN ITSELF A VERY SIMPLE ONE AND FOR THAT REASON LIKELY TO BE TRUE, EVEN IF HUMAN PURPOSES ARE NORMALLY EXECUTED VIA A COMPLICATED MECHANISM.
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