Arguements to support the existence of God.

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ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
IF God is the most perfect being that could ever be concieved, AND for something to be truly perfect it must exist, THEN God must exist.
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COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (first cause)
Something CAN'T come from nothing.
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MORAL ARGUMENT
Our knowledge of right and wrong comes from God, he creates the consquences of our morals.
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TELELOGICAL ARGUMENT (design argument)
Everything has a designer, God created the perfect world for us.
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ARGUMENT FROM EXPERIENCE
You experience God or feel his presence. He creates MIRICLES which cannot be explained by science.
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INTELLIGENT DESIGN
There is a pattern to everything therefore it must be designed, life is too complex for random chance.
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COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
Everything has a cause, without a cause there would be no effect.
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ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT
It's logical, if God is seen as perfect then something perfect has to exist.
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Something CAN'T come from nothing.

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COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENT (first cause)

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Our knowledge of right and wrong comes from God, he creates the consquences of our morals.

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Everything has a designer, God created the perfect world for us.

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You experience God or feel his presence. He creates MIRICLES which cannot be explained by science.

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