Humanities
Philosophy arguments

Question Description

You can select two questions but answering in essay format, including readings/topics done in this course. Please be clear and concise when supporting your view. I have attached a file containing the structure of the course. We did readings from hume, swineburne, samuel clarke, anslem, christine overall, hicke, rowe, murray, basinger, alston, and zagzebski. I will attach the exact readings if someone bids on it. I will adjust the budget as well but please be reasonable as I am just a student. I was just unsure of how long it would take so I put a random number.


Select TWO questions and answer them in essay format. EACH question should be answered in 750 words:

(1) Choose a position you agree with the most: Atheism or Theism? From there, develop a strong argument for the other side. Why is that argument still inadequate?

(2) Suppose you are an atheist, in what ways of being religious remain open to you - ways that might be rational even if theistic belief is not?

(3) Develop what you regard as the main problem facing a traditional religious believer given the facts of religious diversity. Explain how to religious experience might be made in an attempt to solve this problem. Does the appeal succeed? consider at least 2 objections to such an appeal in the course of developing your answer.

Final Answer

Hoping you are doing great...The responses are done: Please see the files below for question 1 and 2. Let me know if you need anything edited. Thanks!!

Surname 1

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Argument that God Exists
Many people have a perspective that God Exists. It is a general societal belief. People
from different walks of life, different cultures, different geographical locations, have some form
of God. One common aspect of life that reduces the doubt in the existence of at least an allpowerful supernatural being is the cause of existence of the universe and humanity. Although
atheist might try to describe these things from a scientific perspective, they fail to establish the
cause of their theoretical causes, for instance, where did the particles making up the nebula cloud
come from. I am, therefore, a theist, and believe in the existence of God. This paper supports my
theistic stand using philosophical arguments, bringing out the antagonist’s points, and describing
the weaknesses of such arguments.
As an atheist, my strongest argument will be the beauty of evil as per the theodicy. Evil leads
to some sort of satisfaction, and it assists people achieve great things. It is against morals, where
atheists believe that God stands for moral uprightness, as the utmost form of good (best). An
atheist would only ask why, if God/god(s) exists, evil, which is the inverse of godliness, has
some element of goodness in the aspects aforementioned, and still godliness is all against any
form of evil? This has not been answered by any philosopher. Similarly, the arguments below,

Surname 2

presented by theists have not been answered sufficiently by any philosopher taking an atheist
stand.
The first perspective in support of the existence of God is Anslem’s ontological
argument. God exists in the mind. He defines God as “that which nothing greater can be
thought.” God is therefore, a conception of the mind. He goes ahead to describe the fact that God
must be conceived in all minds, which the case is. If God does not exist, what could theists be
talking about God? How do they even have something to oppose? It...

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