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Old December 29th, 2014, 12:09 PM  
Arkansasguy
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Originally Posted by Vlerchan View Post
Argument from Motion
It presumes that the set must share the same characteristics as the items within it.

At most this suggests that a god could possibly exist.
What exactly do you mean?

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Argument from Efficient Causes
It just presumes that the set must share the same characteristics as the items within it.

At most this suggests that a god could possibly exist.
What exactly do you mean?

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Argument from Possibility and Necessity (Reductio argument)
Modern biology is working to explain abiogenisis as the origin of life.

At most it suggests that a god could possibly exist.
1. Biology is not able to explain abiogenesis.

2. Abiogenesis isn't really relevant. This is dealing with bring vs. non-being.

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Argument from Gradation of Being
I have no idea how this leads to the conclusion that a god might exist at all.
Then read the argument.

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Argument from Design
See: modern evolution theory.
1. Evolution doesn't refute the need for a creator.

2. Again, this isn't about life, it's about being in general.

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What do you think of Liberation Theology?
I don't approve.
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