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The classical arguments for God – Part Five

This is the final installment in a series of posts where I’ve been attempting to explain some of the arguments for classical theism. The reason for this philosophical foray is because it’s the most logically consistent argument for God of any … Continue reading

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The classical arguments for God – Part Four

One thing I like about the classical arguments for God is that they’re logically deduced from our everyday experience. And when one fully understand them (which no detractor I’ve heard so far actually does), we see that asking for evidence … Continue reading

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The classical arguments for God – Part Three

We’re now ready to talk about the importance of essence and existence. I’ve already mentioned this argument in “God is not a god.” I won’t repeat of lot of what was said there so read that post first if you  … Continue reading

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The classical arguments for God – Part Two

Logical argumentation is to metaphysics and philosophy what mathematical theorems are to theoretical physics and cosmology. For instance, in the field of quantum mechanics, we have very little hard “evidence” for what we believe to be true, and we may … Continue reading

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The classical arguments for God – Part One

I talked about the atheist’s fallacious demand for evidence last time and what would constitute as logical evidence for God’s workings in the universe. It’s interesting that after three hundred or so comments, no atheist actually understood the classical theist’s … Continue reading

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