Paley's work, and "Natural Theology: or Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity" in particular, is admired for its rigorous and logical treatment of evidence. He examines the natural world: plants, animals, the human anatomy and the heavens, and from the intricate details he deduces the existence of a benevolent deity, primarily by the now famous watchmaker argument. Though most remembered for "Natural Theology", Paley received numerous ecclesiastical honors, including a stall in St. Paul's Cathedral, for his earlier work "Evidences of Christianity."
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