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God's Existence

The Cosmological Argument

Genesis 1:1
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.

The cosmological argument for God is also based upon experience and is very similar to the teleological argument. The world (or universe) exists. Science has demonstrated that something cannot come from nothing. There must be an original cause to the existence of the world. Since every effect must have a cause, the world has a cause.

This is another version of the watchmaker argument. Since you have a watch, someone must have created it. The watch could not have created itself. Since the world and universe exists, someone must have created it. The world could not have created itself.

Where could the world have come from, if not from God, the ultimate Creator?




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