Reference > Arguments for the Existence of God and their Refutation
Description :: Louis Cable takes on a fairly long list of common and no-longer-common arguments for God
Most of these boil down to either:
-Argument from ignorance -- we can't explain something, therefore another explanation is given and assumed true.
-Argument from incredulity -- something is so sensational or unbelievably rare that a reason, a method, a design, a purpose for its existence/occurance is given and assumed true.
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