Dawkins' 747 Gambit
we all know the problem raised by the argument from design: if complex things require a designer (God), this designer is even more complex due to his perfection, omniscience, ect... so why doesn't He need a creator as well?
Theist Philosophers such as Platinga and Swinburne replied that since God is immaterial and spitirual, He isn't complex (because complexity is an arrangement of parts in a material that could have arisen by chance), thus God is not created.
What's your opinion? Is their defence evasive?