The Existence Of God, The Existence Of Evil.Paper Rating: Word Count: 994 Approx Pages: 4
The Existence of God, The existence of evil.
There are four main arguments for the existence of god: teleological, cosmological, ontological, and moral. Each argument is fairly innovative and original. Despite this, they all are flawed and not one actually holds up to serious inspection. All the arguments attempt to prove the existence of a completely irrational being through rational means. They all fail. Because of this duality, I will explore both their positive qualities and detracting features, then look at the ultimate enigma pertaining to the existence of the Judao-Christian god: Evil.
The teleological (or design) argument works in concert with scientific thought by ethically allowing for endless scientific discovery on the premise that the scientist is discovering God's creation. The teleological argument postulates that the universe is simply just too complex a place to exist without a designer. We can look at large scale aspects like the spinning of our planet and solar system providing a completely accurate "clock , or small things like the boiling point of water being just right to sustain natural systems. One of the major champions of the view that only God could cre