The Cosmological Argument: The First Cause

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The cosmological argument says that everything has a cause. The chain of causes cannot reach back indefinitely and at some point there must be a first cause. The First Cause we may call God. This is not a strong argument because this says that God was the first cause in a long chain of causes, but what caused God? This argument says that everything must have a cause, but in the end says that God has no cause. It is contradictory. It does not actually say that God exists, but that we can call the unknown cause of everything god. The word god can be the name for some energy that caused the Big Bang. The final argument is the ontological argument. This argument says that God is a necessary being. It says that the universe is a dependent thing
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