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In Defense of The Third Premise

This is in response to a friend’s critique of my argument for the existence of God.  Quote: Whatever is changeable is changed in the act of changing another Comment: By this premise, in order to change something, one must change himself. … Continue reading

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Unmoved Mover vs. Creator

This is in response to a friend’s critique of my argument for the existence of God. Quote: Change is something existing potentiality becoming an actuality. Only what is already actual can cause something to go from potentiality to actuality. Comment: If … Continue reading

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Change Happens. Does that Mean God Exists?

This is a Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God. This represents my current understanding of Aquinas’s First Way, the “Argument from Motion,” and it is my attempt to describe a version of it for a modern layman like myself. … Continue reading

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