Tuesday, February 28, 2012

International Journal for Philosophy of Religion

I'd like to ask these people, "if there was no first cause, then how did we get to this point in time?" International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Online First™ - SpringerLink:
Thus, while there are no problems with whether the conclusions follow logically from their assumptions, the Kalam argument is not viable, and the Aquinas argument does not imply a caused origination of the universe. The assumptions of the latter are at best less than obvious relative to recent work in the sciences. We conclude with mention of a new argument that makes some positive modifications to an alternative variation on Aquinas by Le Poidevin, which nonetheless seems rather weak.

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