Arguments for the Existence for God

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Philosophy

 

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January 31, 2013

 

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The first way in his argument is deals with motion. Aquinas says that in order for something to be in motion something had to move it because it is impossible for something to move without the presence of some sort of outside force upon it. Therefore the world around us, nature, and our very existence could not have been put into motion without the influence of the "unmoved mover", as it is called in the book, who we know to be God...
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Therefore the world around us, nature, and our very existence could not have been put into motion without the influence of the "unmoved mover", as it is called in the book, who we know to be God. Aquinas' second way to prove that God exists is by stating that nothing can be the cause of itself. For example, I am not the cause of myself...
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