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Papers On Philosophy Of Religion, God'S Existence & Freewill
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St. Aquinas
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A 3 page essay evaluating St. Aquinas' argument for the existence of God. No bibliography.
Filename: Aquinagd.wps

St. Augustine
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4 pages in length. Essay discusses St. Augustine's biography and his arguments for God's existence.
Filename: Augustne.wps

Thomas Aquinas and his Evidence for God
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This 6 page paper looks ate the reasons and theories put forward by Thomas Aquinas (St. Thomas) for the existence of God. The paper concentrate on the Causality argument but also includes Contingency theory. The bibliography cites 5 sources.
Filename: TEaquina.wps

Invalidating the 'First Cause' Argument for God's Existence
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9 pages analytically assessing the concept of 'First Cause.' Citing the work and theories of such historical thinkers as Sartre, Hume, and Kant-- the writer presents both sides of the argument and concludes the analysis by determining that the First Cause argument falls short of proving God's existence (note : writer does not attempt to disprove God's existence- only to invalidate the First Cause argument). Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Firstcau.wps

Rational Defense Of Proof Of God Through Teleology
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5 pages in length. From the teleological perspective, nature is a representation of God; therefore, God must intrinsically exist as He, too, is a product of His own creation. David Hume was one of many philosophers who fully supported this argument in support of God's existence, contending that the external world is the ruling force behind the presence of all beings. The writer discusses the belief that there has to be an omnipotent entity responsible for or the order and purpose found in the natural world. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCteleo.doc

Soren Kierkegaard, Ludwig Wittgenstein and a Personal Belief in God
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This 5 page report very briefly discusses some of the basic ideas presented by Kierkegaard and Wittgenstein. The author of this paper primarily focuses on one person’s attempt to explain his/her belief, in first-person language, their personal reasons for believing in God to a good friend who is also an atheist. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWkirkwt.wps

Three Arguments Regarding the Existence of God
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This 9 page report discusses three specific arguments for the existence of God -- cosmological, ontological, and argument from design. It is more than fair to suggest that since the beginning of time, humanity has argued that God does or does not exist. Having established that God exists, the argument then evolves into how God exists and in what frame of reference and how those varying forms of referencing impact modern thinking and religion. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWgod3.wps

A Critique of Paley's 'Watchmaker' Argument
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3 pages in length. A short, yet insightful critique of Paley's 'watchmaker' argument for the existence of God. The writer briefly presents Paley's logic, discusses the merit of his reasoning, and then proceeds to debate the incompleteness of the philosopher's proposition. While we can say that a person created a clock or a watch, we can not necessarily say with the use of such an analogy that anything even remotely similar to a person designed the universe. After all, a person could not have created the material that a rock is made from...A person could not have create the basic natural elements. A watch exists because a person made it but a watch is not the most basic element--(Further reasoning provided in essay). No Bibliography.
Filename: Paleygod.wps

The Ontological Argument of St. Anselm of Canterbury & Gaunilo's Response
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St. Anselm of Canterbury's Ontological Argument, his substantive reasoning for the existence of God, is outlined in his 'Proslogion.' Though the essential components to St. Anselm's argument were utilized by philosophers and theologians in later years, including Immanuel Kant, it was not without criticism. Gaunilo, a monk of the abbey of Mamoutier, did not accept the premises presented by St. Anselm, and Gaunilo wrote a his retort to St. Anselm's suppositions entitled 'A Reply on Behalf of the Fool.' This 6 page paper presents an overview of the arguments of St. Anselm and then reflects upon the significance of the challenge presented by Gaunilo. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Stanselm.wps

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