Logical arguments for the existence of God

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The first law of thermodynamics and the second law of thermodynamics point to a divine origin of the universe.[1][2][3]

Logical arguments for the existence of God:

1. Scientific laws and the Origin of the Universe and God and Natural Laws

2. Argument from Change

3. Argument from Efficient Causality

4. Argument from Time and Contingency

5. Argument from Contingency

6. Argument from Degrees of Perfection

7. Design Argument

8. Kalam Cosmological Argument and Cosmological Arguments

9. Argument from the World as an Interacting Whole

10. Argument from Miracles

11. The Argument from Consciousness for the Existence of God and Argument from Reason

12. Argument from Truth - Gordon Clark and Argument from Truth - Augustine and Argument from Truth - Peter Kreeft

13. The Argument from the Origin of the Idea of God

14. Ontological argument and Ontological Argument - Alvin Plantinga

15. The Moral Argument and The Moral Argument - Paul Copan and Atheist population and immorality

16. Argument from Conscience

17. Argument from desire and Argument from Desire - C.S. Lewis Institute and God as the ultimate cause of gratitude

18. Aesthetic Arguments for the Existence of God and Argument from beauty

19. Swinburne's Argument from Religious Experience

The argument from beauty does not rely on words and it cannot be defeated by words.[4]

20, Common Consent Argument

21. Transcendental Argument for the Existence of God

Christianity and logic

Atheism and logic

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