No-reason argument

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The '''"No Reason" argument''' states that a perfect [[god]] would have no desire to create the [[universe]] since the very state of perfection carries with it the implication that one has everything one needs or wants.  Thus, the Christian god is the "perfect" victim of this argument.
 
The '''"No Reason" argument''' states that a perfect [[god]] would have no desire to create the [[universe]] since the very state of perfection carries with it the implication that one has everything one needs or wants.  Thus, the Christian god is the "perfect" victim of this argument.
  
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The "No Reason" argument states that a perfect god would have no desire to create the universe since the very state of perfection carries with it the implication that one has everything one needs or wants. Thus, the Christian god is the "perfect" victim of this argument.


v · d Arguments against the existence of god
Existential arguments   Argument from nonbelief · Who created God? · Turtles all the way down · Problem of non-God objects · Argument from incompatible attributes · No-reason argument · Santa Claus argument
Arguments from the Bible   Failed Prophecy · Biblical contradictions
Reasonableness arguments   Occam's Razor · Outsider test · Argument from locality · Argument from inconsistent revelations
Moral arguments   Euthyphro dilemma · Problem of evil · Problem of evil (evidential) · Moral argument
Other arguments   Emotional pleas against the existence of God
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