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Cosmological Argument

'Everything that is in motion must be moved by something. For if it has not the source of its motion in itself it is evident that it is moved by something other than itself, for there must be something else that moves it' Aristitle, Physics.

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Cosmological Argument

'Motion is nothing else than the reductionof something from potentiality to actuality. But nothing can be reduced from potentiality to actuality, except by something in a state of actuality' St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica.

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Cosmological Argument

'There is no case known (neither is it, indeed possible) in which a thing is found to be the efficent cause of itself; for so it would be prior to itself, which is impossible' Aquinas, Summa Theologica.

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'For how else could a temporal effect arise from an eternal cause' William Lane Craig, Kalam cosmological argument.

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Cosmological Argument

'All things have the potential to change and become differnt in some way' Aristotle.

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Cosmological Argument

'All things have the potential to change and become differnt in some way' Aristotle.

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Cosmological Argument

'ex nihilo, nihil fit' meaning out of nothing, nothing comes.

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Cosmological Argument

'All things came to be through Him [God] and without Him, nothing came to be' John 1 1-13.

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Cosmological Argument

'these arguments rely upon the idea of a regress and invoke God to terminate it. They make the entirely unwarrented assumption that God himself is immune to regress' Richard Dawkins.

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