Unmoved mover

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As formulated by [[Thomas Aquinas]], the '''unmoved mover''' argument is stated as follows:
 
As formulated by [[Thomas Aquinas]], the '''unmoved mover''' argument is stated as follows:
  
:"Nothing moves without a prior mover.  This leads us to a regress, from which the only escape is [[God]].  Something had to make the first move, and that something we call God.
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:"Nothing moves without a prior mover.  This leads us to a regress, from which the only escape is [[God]].  Something had to make the first move, and that something we call God."
  
 
==Counter-apologetics==
 
==Counter-apologetics==

Revision as of 18:52, 23 December 2006

As formulated by Thomas Aquinas, the unmoved mover argument is stated as follows:

"Nothing moves without a prior mover. This leads us to a regress, from which the only escape is God. Something had to make the first move, and that something we call God."

Counter-apologetics

  1. Who created God?
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