Category:Arguments for belief

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(1 Peter 3:15 wins the argument if they have no reason.)
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[[:Category:Arguments for belief|Arguments for belief]] refers to those arguments which, instead of attempting to prove the existence of God, simply attempt to justify belief. Typically this is done by either assuming that belief in God is justified a priori or as the result of a risk/reward analysis.
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[[:Category:Arguments for belief|Arguments for belief]] refers to those arguments which, instead of attempting to prove the existence of God, simply attempt to justify belief. Typically this is done by either assuming that belief in God is justified a priori or as the result of a risk/reward analysis. But they do have a moral obligation under {{Bible| 1 Peter 3:15}} to give you a reason for their belief.
  
 
[[Category: Arguments for the existence of God]]
 
[[Category: Arguments for the existence of God]]

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Arguments for belief refers to those arguments which, instead of attempting to prove the existence of God, simply attempt to justify belief. Typically this is done by either assuming that belief in God is justified a priori or as the result of a risk/reward analysis. But they do have a moral obligation under 1 Peter 3:15 Bible-icon.png to give you a reason for their belief.

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