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(b) The eighteenth-century design argument
(c) Hume's critique
(d) Modern restatements: (1) Lecomte du Noiiy
(b) Modern restatements: (3) Richard Taylor
(c) Theism and probability
(d) 'Design' as question rather than answer
(a) The Thomist arguments
(b) The self-explanatory and the non-self-explanatory
(a) God as a postulate of practical reason
(b) The post-Kantian type of moral argument
(c) A reformulated moral argument
(a) Introductory
(b) Anselm's Proslogion 2 argument
(c) Gaunilo 's criticism
(d) Cartesian reformulation and Kantian criticism
(a) 'Necessary being'
(b) The argument in Anselm
(a) The religious rejection of the theistic arguments
(b) Can there be rational theistic belief without proofs?
(d) The problem of conflicting religious beliefs
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75903074 Arguments for the Existence of God John Hick

75903074 Arguments for the Existence of God John Hick

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