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P1: The nature of God


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Teleological Argument
(William Paley) The world is designed by a higher power. It is not coincidental
Cosmological Argument
(Plato) God is the ultimate cause for things happening
Omnipotent
Unlimited, great power
Omnipresent
Present everywhere
Omniscient
Knowing everything
Eternal
Lasts forever
The Trinity
God the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit
Ontological Argument
(Anselm) Nothing is greater than God
Morality
Knowing the difference between right and wrong
Immanent
God is within all
Transcendent
God is above all
Analogy
Using a word, symbolically to suggest something else
Monotheists
People who believe in one God
Myth
A story that is not factually true
Omnibenevolance
All-good
Intelligent design
The world is so complex, it must have been designed by a higher being
Necessary Being
Theory of Thomas Aquinas that God must exist
Numinous
A mysterious power that suggests the presence of a Spirit or God
Agnostic
Someone who believes it's impossible to know if God exists
Atheist
Someone who doesn't believe in God