Monthly Archives: February 2011

So Where Are We?

First off, let me apologize for the lack of posts lately.  My family and I have been struggling with illness in the house, and it’s funny how a lack of sleep can give you writer’s block We just went through

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Classical Arguments for the Existence of God – Part 4

In this Fourth (and final) post on the classical arguments for the existence of God,we’ll look at the Transcendental Argument.  Basically, there are some things – Knowledge, Morality, Aesthetics, and Reason – that have no natural origin.  They must be created

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Classical Arguments for the Existence of God – Part 3

Now we’ll look at the Teleological Argument for God.  Many people are familiar with this argument in it’s more common name, “The Watchmaker Theory.” Basically, the idea is that if you find a watch on the ground, you see the

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Classical Arguments for the Existence of God – Part 2

As we continue to look at some of the classical arguments for the existence of God, let’s look today at the Cosmological Argument. In essence, the Cosmological argument asserts there must be a “First Cause” or “Uncaused Cause.”  The theory

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Classical Arguments for the Existence of God – Part 1

Throughout history, many people have tried to logically prove that God exists.  Some people think this task is impossible.  I’ve heard the claim, “If you can prove God exists, then no faith is needed.”  Although that seems like a good

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