## Natural Theology Part Two

CHAPTER VI THE ARGUMENT CUMULATIVE   WERE there no example in the world, of contrivance, except that of the eye, it would be alone sufficient to support the conclusion which we draw from it, as to the necessity of an intelligent Creator. It could never be got rid of; because it could not be accounted for by any  other  supposition,

## Natural Theology Part One

NATURAL THEOLOGY OR, EVIDENCES OF THE EXISTENCE AND ATTRIBUTES OF THE DEITY COLLECTED FROM THE APPEARANCES OF NATURE.       BY WILLIAM PALEY, D.D. LATE ARCHDEACON OF CARLISLE. THE TWELFTH EDITION   CONTENTS   CHAPTER I. STATE of the Argument . . . . . . . [PAGE 1] CHAPTER II. State of the Argument continued . . . . .