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mod6-s16Godsexistence - Module VI Session 16 Arguments for...

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Module VI Session 16 Arguments for God’s Existence Read Stewart: 117 Read Stewart: 117 - - 121 121
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Highlights for Module VI Highlights for Module VI Would you like to be able to “prove” God’s existence rather than having to believe it? What is the relationship between a “proof” and faith? Can “proof” or even “postulate” ever take place of “faith”? Let us say we have an innate idea of God, would this discovery be closer to having a “proof,” “postulate” or “faith”? What is the difference between natural and supernatural (e.g., sacred history, mystical awareness, visions, scriptures) revelation?
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Arguing For, Against, About Arguing For, Against, About God God Please revisit session #1 and consider that the only “God” who is considered by classical “proofs” (even as these are taken by post-Kantian analytic philosophers of religion) must have certain attributes to be worthy of worship: The classical “God” of philosophers is ens causa sui, i.e., omnipotent, omniscient, all-good. The “process God” is not an option here. ________________________________________________________________ Two
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2010 for the course PHIL 206 taught by Professor Draper during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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mod6-s16Godsexistence - Module VI Session 16 Arguments for...

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