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'''Cosmology''' is the study of the large-scale properties of the [[universe]] as a whole, including its physical structure, history (i.e., origin and development), and possible futures.
 
'''Cosmology''' is the study of the large-scale properties of the [[universe]] as a whole, including its physical structure, history (i.e., origin and development), and possible futures.
  
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There is also a class of related philosophical arguments for the existence of God called [[:Category:Cosmological arguments|cosmological arguments]].
 
There is also a class of related philosophical arguments for the existence of God called [[:Category:Cosmological arguments|cosmological arguments]].
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Cosmology is the study of the large-scale properties of the universe as a whole, including its physical structure, history (i.e., origin and development), and possible futures.

Scientific cosmology

The scientific approach to cosmology encompasses several related fields of science:

Metaphysical and religious cosmology

This section is not yet written.

Cosmological arguments for the existence of God

There is also a class of related philosophical arguments for the existence of God called cosmological arguments.


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