n your view, has Clifford shown that it is morally wrong to believe in God? Criticize or defend his argument. At a minimum, your paper should: Present Clifford’s argument. Clifford’s essay is generally read as an attack on faith in God. Ironically, though, Clifford has little to say about God. That’s where you come in: Construct an argument for the conclusion that it is morally wrong to believe that God exists using premises drawn from Clifford’s essay. Note: One or more of these premises may be implicit (i.e., unstated) within the essay. You should try to construct Clifford’s argument as a deductively valid argument. Explain the argument you just presented. Obviously, it’s not enough to just lay out Clifford’s argument, as you see it. Now, you need to explain it. Evaluate the argument. Now, the hard part. Here, you need to argue for or against Clifford’s view. How do you do that? There are a number of ways to criticize an argument: The conclusion may lead to some absurd implication; a premise(s) may be false; a premise(s) may be unsupported or insufficiently supported; the argument may be invalid, etc. If you want to defend Clifford’s argument, start by offering a criticism using one of the aforementioned routes. Then, respond on Clifford’s behalf. So, either way, you’re doing critical work.