PHI200Week5DQ1 - philosophers are seeking to change our...

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The subject that was appealing to me most was the first discussion from Week 4: various proofs of God’s existence. I felt this issue was most intriguing due to the intricacy of each justification and the understanding that the existence of God is not always observed the same by all. I have discovered that through the reasons Philosophers have assigned for the existence of God, incorporating the ontological, cosmological and the argument from design that no one belief can be verified beyond a hint of skepticism. The estimations for and against each speculation have opened my eyes to things that I may have never thought of. The philosophy is profound and made me look at it differently. I do not think
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Unformatted text preview: philosophers are seeking to change our beliefs in one thing or another only to present other more in-depth views on a broader spectrum outside of our own box. I do know that God plays an important role in my life along with my faith. I have my own view of who God is and what He has done for me. I have come to an understanding that at this stage in my life, someone else may not accept my beliefs. I can be happy with this and move on. I can only testify to the beliefs and faith that I hold in God. References: Mosser, K. (2010). A Concise Introduction to Philosophy . San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc. Retrieved from https://content.ashford.edu/books/AUPHI200.10.2/sections/ch04...
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