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Old December 30th, 2014, 01:02 PM  
Arkansasguy
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Originally Posted by Vlerchan View Post
There's no need for a set (the universe) to possess all the qualities that its items (all events) possess.

Even if we presume it does this at best concludes that it's possible for a god to exist.


Please see above.
And how does this relate to the argument in question?

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It's working on it. Point is the fact that other possible drivers exist make it fallacious to conclude god.

The non-beings became beings through abiogenisis is the point I was making.
Abiogenesis did not create the universe, if you think it did, you don't know what the words mean.

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I did. I see no reason to presume god is some ultimate maxim.
Why not?

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[summary:]

All natural bodies in the world act towards ends.
These objects are in themselves unintelligent.
Acting towards an end is a characteristic of intelligence.
Therefore, there exists an intelligent being that guides all natural bodies towards their ends.
We call this being God.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quinque_viae#TheFiveWays
It refutes this.
Where is the refutation?
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