Aquinas’ five ways and other classical arguments for the existence of God | The Uncredible Hallq

Published 12 July 2012 by lordgriggs

Aquinas’ five ways and other classical arguments for the existence of God | The Uncredible Hallq

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One comment on “Aquinas’ five ways and other classical arguments for the existence of God | The Uncredible Hallq

  • Reblogged this on The Empiricist and commented:

    The naturalist empirical argument denies any evidence of God. One poster there delves into why Aquinas-Feser’s potential–actual has no empirical foundation. Those two play word games as though rhetoric could instantiate their God!

    Thanf

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