Existence

Extra-Terrestrial Existence

Has intelligent extra-terrestrial life visited the Earth? Have people actually seen spacecraft from another world? Have these spacecraft abducted human beings and performed experiments on them? Have these spacecraft been recovered by our goverment? Many believe this to be very true. Contrary to these beliefs, there is no physical or any evidence to prove these […]

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The Existence of Evil and the Threat of Science in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is a gothic narrative that portrays the destructive nature of modern knowledge, especially when it is pursued without moral restraints. The creation of the monster by Victor Frankenstein illustrates the destructive powers of unlimited knowledge in the hands of individuals obsessed with scientific adventure and new discoveries. Although the novel is written […]

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Philosophy of God’s Existence

Argument from Evil is a renowned argument that tries to dispute the existence of God. Normally, God is considered to be omnipotent, omniscient and benevolent. The argument about the existence of God is attributed to Epicurus. According to Davies (2006, p. 9), “EPICURUS’S old questions are yet unanswered. Is he [God] willing to prevent evil, […]

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Existential Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre: Existence Precedes Essence

Such fundamental questions as life meaning, freedom, spiritual and physical existence were important to philosophers during all periods of history. Unlike divine conceptions addressed to the religion, predetermination, unity of purpose and destiny of a man, Sartre’s existentialism is the unique philosophical movement that considers a man as a creator of his or her destiny. […]

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Describe Aquinas’ cosmological argument for the existence of God

Describe Aquinas’ cosmological argument for the existence of God, and explain how three of the arguments fundamental premises might be challenged The cosmological argument centers on change and also motion. This argument starts with the existence of the universe and posses the question on the very existence of the universe. The concept of Aquinas cosmological […]

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Descartes and Gods Existence

Decartes is one of the greatest phylosophers of the 17th century. He made radical turning of the mind by the critics of traditional culture, physolophy and scientific legacy, and nominated new principals, new type of knowledge, that is focused not on existence and God, but on human and rational beginning. Discourse on the Method of […]

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Antony Flew: the Existence and Belief of God

How can I start this paper? Hmmmm…..??? Let’s begin with the parable. Antony Flew starts off his speech by telling the audience this story of two explorers that accidentally came upon a garden in a jungle. In this garden, there were many beautiful flowers and weeds.

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Faith Seeking Understanding

The most striking theme in Anselm’s Proslogion, or faith seeking understanding, is the idea that in order to prove God’s existence one must first have faith in Him, and only then will one be able to truly understand and appreciate God’s existence.

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“There is no place in the Humanist worldview for either immortality or God

In his groundbreaking work, Meditations on First Philosophy, the French philosopher Rene Descartes lays the groundwork for many philosophical principles by attempting to “establish a bold and lasting knowledge” (171)1.

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The Philosophy of Humanism: Critical Review of the Humanist Worldview

“There is no place in the Humanist worldview for either immortality or God in the valid meanings of those terms. Humanism contends that instead of the gods creating the cosmos, the cosmos, in the individualized form of human beings giving rein to their imagination, created the gods.”

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Spinoza vs Descartes on God

The concept of God is central to the development of Cartesian and Spinozan philosophy. Although both philosophers employ an ontological argument for the existence and necessity of God the specific nature of God differs greatly with each account. While Descartes suggests a Judeo-Christian concept of God, Spinoza argues a more monistic deity similar to that […]

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Transformed World View

1. Consider the farmer in Isa. 28:23-29, whose God-given knowledge of farming techniques comes through general revelation. Have you ever experienced anything similar? Have you ever learned how to do something through tradition, observation, experimentation, but believe the lessons come ultimately from God?

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Outline and Assess the Key Design Argument of the Existence of God

The design argument is concerned to find the meaning or purpose in this world; they seek to move from facts about the world to God. Like the cosmological argument, the design argument draws back to arguments put forward by Socrates and Plato who said that ‘the human body, with all its principles and elements must […]

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The Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God

According to St. John 8:31-32 said, “If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth and the truth shall set you free”. This sentence is come from the bible, but I am not a christian, so I do not really understand what this means. I guess […]

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My Response to Mccloskey’s “On Being an Atheist”

The paper written by McCloskey is nothing more than an Atheists attempt to justify his atheistic ideas and at no time should ever be taken by any other person as anything more than one man’s opinions which are based completely upon speculative ideas.

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God the Oldest Question

This book written by author, William J. O’Malley asks the questions about God and the existence of God. O’Malley tries to show people why faith in a God is important and in this book he goes through atheism, science, and different world religions to make a case for the profound significance of God.

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God: Man or Myth?

The existence of man, earth and universe was no accident. It does not seem likely that such an immense creation would be for no reason. How do we really know the origin of what we identify as our universe? What are the true characteristics of a god?

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Descartes Belief in God

In his groundbreaking work, Meditations on First Philosophy, the French philosopher Rene Descartes lays the groundwork for many philosophical principles by attempting to “establish a bold and lasting knowledge” (171)1.

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The Existence Of God Analysis

Since the beginning of time people have often questioned the meaning of life, how the universe was created and the purpose for the wildlife and creatures that roam the earth. These things often lead us to question the existence of God. In order to even begin to answer these complex questions we must uncover the […]

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Begin with God

The purpose of your life is far greater than your own personal fulfillment, your peace of mind, your dreams, ambition, and even your happiness. To know why you are on this planet, you need to start with God, because you were born by HIS purpose and for HIS purpose. For instance, ‘you bought equipment, without […]

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Values & God

Values in life are something that are extremely important to have in my life. A value is something that a person considers to be important to themselves.

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The Existence of God

For centuries, the idea of God has been a part of man’s history. Past and present, there has always been a different integration consisting of the believers and the non-believers of God.

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