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Contents

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Arguments

Arguments for the existence of god

Anthropic Arguments
Anthropic principle
Natural-law argument
Arguments For Belief
Pascal's Wager
Argument from faith
Christological Arguments:
Christological argument
Argument from biblical miracles [Should be Argument from Biblical miracles. dcljr 17:11, 15 January 2011 (CST)]
Would Someone Die For a Lie?
Liar, Lunatic or Lord
Cosmological Arguments
Cosmological argument
Fine-tuning argument
First cause argument
Kalam
Uncaused cause
Unmoved mover
Majority Arguments:
Argumentum ad populum
Argument from admired religious scientists
Moral Arguments:
Moral argument
Argument from justice
Argument from hell [Should probably be Argument from Hell—is this really an argument for God? dcljr 17:11, 15 January 2011 (CST)]
Ontological Arguments:
Ontological argument
Argument from degree
Argument from goodness
Argument from desire
Reformed Epistemology
Argument from divine sense
Sensus divinitatis
Teleological Arguments
Argument from design
Banana argument
Tornado argument
Testimonial Arguments
Personal revelation
Argument from observed miracles
Argument from personal experience
Consciousness argument for the existence of God
Emotional Pleas
Transcendental arguments
Transcendental argument
God created numbers

Logical Fallacies

Fomral logic

Formal Logic

Three classical laws
Law of identity
Law of non-contradiction
Law of excluded middle
Logical construction
Antecedent
Consequent
Premises
Conclusion
Logical operators
Negation (not)
Conjunction (and)
Disjunction (or)
Material implication (if...then)
Biconditional (if and only if)

Common definitions for theological arguments

Common definitions for theological arguments

God
Morality
Free will
Missing Links / Transitional fossils
Evolution is just a theory
Evolution as a theory of chance
Existence

Common objections to atheism, skeptisism, and counter-apologetics

Common objections to atheism, skeptisism, and counter-apologetics

You can't disprove god
Science can't touch god
Why are you trying to tear down others faith?
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