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The Contingency Argument for God

Argument for God from Contingency

If you have kids or have been around them, you’ll find it familiar to hear them ask all sorts of questions. Sometimes they will ask a chain of questions each of which is based on the answer to the previous question. “Why do the trees sway?” This may be followed by “Why does the wind…

Anselm’s Ontological Argument

Anselm's Ontological Argument for the existence of God

Anselmus Candiae Genavae, better known as Saint Anselm (c. AD 1033 – 1109) was a medieval Italian cleric, philosopher, and theologian who served as the archbishop of Canterbury. He contributed three major works, namely Proslogion, Monologium and Cur Deus Homo. The work he’s probably most famous for is Proslogion, the one in which he introduced one…

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