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Introduction

THERE IS ONLY ONE GOD


The best proof for God's existence is the fact that without God, there could be no knowledge at all and no proof of anything at all.


Below are a few secondary proofs, for your perusal. Feel free to copy and paste in response to requests for proof, evidence, arguments, and so on:



THE MORAL ARGUMENT:

1. If God does not exist,
objective moral values do not exist.

2. Objective moral values do exist.

3. Therefore, God exists.



COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS:

1. Whatever begins to exist
has an external cause.

2. The universe began to exist.

3. Therefore, the universe
has an external cause.


1. Every physical event has a cause.

2. Therefore the first physical event
has a cause.

3. Therefore there is a non-physical cause
of the first physical event.


1. Temporal beings exist.

2. Every temporal being is caused
by another.

3. An infinite regress of temporal beings could not cause the existence of anything.

4. Therefore, there is a first cause
of the temporal beings.

5. The first cause must exist
without a beginning
and without an external cause.


We know that there is motion in the world; whatever is in motion is moved by another thing; this other thing also must be moved by something; to avoid an infinite regression, we must posit
a first mover.


All physical things, even mountains, boulders, and rivers, come into being and go out of existence, no matter how long
they last. Therefore, since time is infinite, there must be some time at which none of these things existed. However, if there were nothing at that point in time, how could there be anything at all now, since nothing cannot cause anything? Thus, there must always have been at least one necessary thing that is eternal.



ARGUMENT FROM DEPENDENCE:

1. A dependent real (something real
and caused by another) exists.

2. The dependent real's cause must
also be real, and must either be dependent
or independent (not caused by another).

3. The dependent cannot be the sole cause
of the dependent.

4. Therefore, the cause must include
an independent real (something real
and not caused by another).

5. Therefore, an independent real exists.

6. Only God fits the description
of an independent real.

7. Therefore God exists.



ARGUMENT FROM GOODNESS
(ARGUMENT FROM DEGREE):

Objects in the world have differing degrees of qualities such as goodness. But speaking of more or less goodness makes sense only by comparison with what is
the maximum goodness.



ARGUMENT FROM QUALIA
(KNOWLEDGE ARGUMENT):

There are certain undeniable facts of conscious experience, called qualia, which can neither be fully described in physical terms nor conveyed by physical means, such as the subjective experiences of the taste of salt or of seeing the color red. The factual existence of God or something like God is the only explanation for the factual existence of qualia.




TELEOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS:

1. Given the fine-tuning evidence,
a life-permitting universe
is highly unlikely on atheism.

2. Given the fine-tuning evidence,
a life-permitting universe
is not unlikely under Theism.

3. Theism was pressed
prior to the fine-tuning evidence,
so it cannot be ad hoc.

4. Therefore, a life-permitting universe
strongly supports Theism over atheism.


That which lacks intelligence cannot move towards a specific end, unless it is directed by some being endowed with intelligence,
as it is the archer who shoots his arrow to his target. Every day, we see all unintelligent natural forces and objects being directed towards their perfect ends. Therefore some intelligent being exists by whom all natural things are directed to their specific ends:

Everybody knows that this being is called "God."


Modal Ontological Argument:

1. It is possible that a maximally great being exists.
2. If it is possible that a maximally great being exists, then a maximally great being exists in some possible world.
3. If a maximally great being exists in some possible world, then it exists in every possible world.
4. If a maximally great being exists in every possible world, then it exists in the actual world.
5. If a maximally great being exists in the actual world, then a maximally great being exists.
6. Therefore, a maximally great being exists.


Argument from Opposing Religious Ideals:

1. If God does not exist,
objective religious ideals do not exist.

2. Objective religious ideals do exist:

2a. If opposing religious ideals exist,
some religious ideals are wrong.

2b. If some religious ideals are wrong,
objective religious ideals exist.

2c. Opposing religious ideals do exist.

2d. Therefore, some religious ideals are wrong.

2e. Therefore, objective religious ideals do exist.

3. Therefore, God exists.


Argument from Opposing Moral Ideals:

1. If God does not exist,
objective moral ideals do not exist.

2. Objective moral ideals do exist:

2a. If opposing moral ideals exist,
some moral ideals are wrong.

2b. If some moral ideals are wrong,
objective moral ideals exist. 

2c. Opposing moral ideals do exist.

2d. Therefore, some moral ideals are wrong.

2e. Therefore, objective moral ideals do exist.

3. Therefore, God exists.


SUMMARY:

God has revealed himself to mankind, through innumerable Theistic traditions, as the Non-physical Cause of the first physical event, the Independent Real, the First Uncaused Cause, the First Mover, the Necessary Being, the the Greatest Conceivable Being, and other similar designations, in various languages and semantic constructions.

All of these arguments are in flawless logical form, and all of their premises have strong scientific and logical evidence supporting them.

Therefore there is no possibility of refuting any of their conclusions -- they are all ironclad logical arguments.


My Youtube channel presses three items:

1. bare-knuckle Theism,
2. free speech, and,
3. objective morality.

If you have a problem with any of these, then you better turn tail and run back wherever you came from right now, or you will regret it -- I take no prisoners.


THERE IS ONLY ONE GOD