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Quick Thought: Making Apologetics Understandable

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Author Greg Koukl Published on 05/06/2015

Most of the basic arguments for the existence of God, though they can be detailed in sophisticated ways, are easy to understand on a fundamental level.

Three arguments are:

1. The Cosmological Argument: The argument for God based on the existence of the Cosmos.

2. The Teleological Argument: The argument for God based on the design of the Cosmos.

3. The Moral Argument: If there is no God, there is no morality.

These arguments can be summed up like this:

1. The Cosmological Argument: The Big Bang needs a big banger.

2. The Teleological Argument: Design needs a designer.

3. Moral: Moral law requires a moral lawmaker.

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