For the arguement (believers)
Thomas Aquinas: * Summa Theologica * Five ways * The Archer analogy (guiding hand) *Beneficial regularity
William Paley: * Natural Theology * The watch analogy * Functional complexity
John Polkinghorne: * Fine tuning argument * universe couldn't have happened by chance *Things are 'just' perfect (balance)
F.R.Tennant: * Philosophical Theory * accepted evolution * Aesthetic argument * Designed beauty
Richard Swinburne: * Is there a God? * Laws of nature * Regularity of succesion *Planets & seasons
Proof of a Designer : REGULARITY>BEAUTY>PURPOSE/FUNCTION>COMPLEXITY :P
Against the argument (non believers)
David Hume: * Dialogues concerning natural religion * X Paley, more than 1 God ?, Weak analogy, Imperfect world, knowing the effect doesnt mean you know the cause ???
Richard Dawkins: *The God delusion * People belive in God beause it's the easy option * Evolution is key everything
Charles Darwin: * Origins of species * Natural selection, survival of the fittest *Real proof>>>Fossils not just faith!
Responce to HUME from OCKHAM (Razor) simplist explanation is best.