Is the Ontological Argument good evidence?

Descartes states that for God to lack existence would be for him to lack perfection, which would mean it, would be a being other than God. Does the fact that the nature of God is in no way explored, mean that the argument holds little meaning as evidence for the existence of God?

Dr David Webster answers questions sent in by A-Level students..

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