week 6 DQ1 - existence. If something has an finite past,...

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There are a few different arguments when it comes to the existence of a higher power. The cosmological argument of the existence of a high power pretty much states that everything that begins to exist has a cause of existence. The teleological argument states that some products on Earth and the universe cannot be made by natural design, so there for must have been designed by an intelligent source. The ontological argument is arguments from nothing but analytic, a priori and necessary premises to the conclusion that God exists. I feel that Kalam supports the cosmological argument very well. Kalam argues that since everything that begins to exist has a cause of existence. The universe began to exist so the universe has a cause of
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Unformatted text preview: existence. If something has an finite past, its existence has a cause, so therefore the universe has a finite past so the universe has a cause of existence. of existencentological arguments are arguments from nothing but analytic, a priori and necessary premises to the conclusion that God exists. ontological arguments are arguments from nothing but analytic, a priori and necessary premises to the conclusion that God exists. ontological arguments are arguments from nothing but analytic, a priori and necessary premises to the conclusion that God exists....
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course PHIL 105 taught by Professor Svatos during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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