In their very basic forms the arguments that Mr. Koukl references are:
- The Cosmological Argument–something does not come into existence from nothing and the universe exists therefore something or someone must have caused the universe;
- The Ontological Argument–the greatest thing that we can imagine (God) cannot exceed that which actually exists;
- The Moral Argument–the foundation for objective moral obligations cannot exist outside of an objective moral source;
- The Argument from Desire–every innate desire has a corresponding real satisfaction and because we have an innate desire that goes beyond the natural world then something outside of the natural world must exist;
- And The Teleological Argument–there is an inherent design found within the universe that cannot be fully explained through random chance and requires a designer.
Twenty Arguments for the Existence of God
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