How does one correctly answer this line of reasoning?:
We imply that a watch has a watchmaker because we know man is capable and has indeed made watches. However, we cannot imply that a universe has a universe-maker because we know man is incapable and has indeed not made a universe. We can only imply a designer in things we ourselves, since we are men, are capable and indeed have designed. Beyond that, we cannot imply a designer. Therefore, the universe has no designer because in fact we, being men, are incapable of making a universe and indeed have not done so.
Please be kind and gentle; I’m for the Argument from Design, after all.