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A Beginner’s Guide to the Kalam Cosmological Argument 🌶 🌶 🌶 🌶🌶

The first of those premises – whatever begins to exist has a cause – seems to be almost indisputable. After all, something cannot simply pop into being uncaused. The principle of causality – that effects are always produced by causes – is what undergirds the scientific endeavour. In every realm of experience, new things are brought into being by causes.

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A Beginner’s Guide to the Argument from Contingency 🌶 🌶 🌶

It is widely accepted among scientists that the universe had a beginning in the distant past.  Also it is a widely accepted point of logic that anything that begins to exist must have a cause.   Therefore, the argument from contingency draws from these two principles that the universe exists because God exists and decided to create it.

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