ARGUMENT ABOUT GOD EXISTENCE

Feb 3rd, 2012
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http://www.freethoughtpedia.com/wiki/First_Cause_Argument http://www.freethoughtpedia.com/wiki/Top_ten_arguments_for_the_existence_of_God The issue identified in this argument is that, “Something can’t exist from nothing there has to be an effect, which is a cause”. The conclusion regarding the issue portrays that, the first law of thermodynamics already proves God’s existence and there are no possible alternatives to disregard this prove. The premise identified is that, everything which exists in the world today is by the sort of the first cause whereby there is a possible and significance existence of certain forces or powers. Certainly, people have to understand that there was a force which ended up by creating the universe. This means that the first cause which is identified in this phase is what is described as God. This argument is a deductive argument because the conclusion follows up the premises claims that there is an existence of God and provides evidence l

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