What is the Cosmological argument for the existence of God?


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The cosmological argument attempts to prove God's existence by observing the world around us (the cosmos). It begins with what is most obvious in reality: things exist. It is then argued that the c...

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Seth3 Seth Freeman
Premise 1: Everything that began to exist has a cause for its existence;

Premise 2: The universe has a beginning of its existence;

Conclusion:The universe has a cause of its existence.

For a much more in depth look at the cosmological argument, I recommend reading William Lane Craig. He uses the Kalam Cosmological argument, which is a slight variation of the classical cosmological argument.


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