Cosmological argument

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What Greek philosophers created the earliest forms of the cosmological arguments?
Plato and Aristotle
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What is the cosmological argument?
The Cosmological argument is a philosophical argument for the existence of God which explains that everything has a cause.
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What did Aristotle call the creator of the universe?
First cause/ Prime mover
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What did Aquinas call the creator of the universe?
The unmoved mover
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What is Aquinas' first way?
Motion/change
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What is Aquinas' second way?
Cause and effect
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What is Aquinas' third way?
Contingency and necessity
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