The Existence of God

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Creation
The act by which God brought the universe into being.
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Teleological Argument
The argument that God designed (made) the universe because everything is so intricately made in its detail that it could not have happened by chance.
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Big Bang
The beginnings of the universe according to many scientist took place when a singularity exploded and from this explosion, all the matter that makes up the universe came into being.
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Evolution
Scientific belief that life forms have changed over time, developing from simple to complex creatures.
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Miracle
A seemingly impossible occurrence, usually good.
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Religious Experience
An experience that is outside normal experience, usually involving the supernatural.
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Morality
A system of ethics which distinguishes between right and wrong.
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Conscience
The inner feeling you are doing right or wrong.
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Faith
A commitment to something that goes beyond proof and knowledge, especially used about God and religion.
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The argument that God designed (made) the universe because everything is so intricately made in its detail that it could not have happened by chance.

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Teleological Argument

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The beginnings of the universe according to many scientist took place when a singularity exploded and from this explosion, all the matter that makes up the universe came into being.

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Scientific belief that life forms have changed over time, developing from simple to complex creatures.

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A seemingly impossible occurrence, usually good.

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