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Unformatted text preview: qualities are strictly provable as well as his existence. According to Clarke, in the first place this being must be of necessity eternal and that it must necessarily be infinite and omnipresent. This eternal self-existent being must be only one and must be an intelligent being. He adds that this being must not be a necessary agent but it must have liberty and choice. Therefore, it must of necessity have infinite power and must be infinitely wise. As a result, Clarke concludes that, this eternal self-existent being must of necessity be a being of infinite justice, goodness and truth and all other moral perfections which is going to make him the supreme governor and judge of the world, or in simple words, this being is God. Clarkes argument is very weak since its based on a lot of assumptions and some of them seemed invalid to some people later on....
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- Spring '08