Title

Cosmological Argument to God’s Existence: What the Universe Has To Say

Date

5-28-2015 2:30 PM

End Time

28-5-2015 3:00 PM

Location

Bellamy Hall (HSS) 336

Department

Philosophy

Session Chair

Mark Perlman

Session Title

Presentation of Philosophy Senior Theses

Faculty Sponsor(s)

Mark Perlman

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

One of the traditional arguments to God is the cosmological argument stating God exists as the transcendent, uncaused creator of the universe. Though its early conception had preceded the development of fundamental scientific discoveries, once science caught up it merely bore witness to the account of the God created universe. There were and are many critics of the argument including Carl Sagan and Neil deGrasse Tyson. My paper will rebuff their criticisms and therefore reinvigorate the cosmological argument as it is presented by numerous scientists and theologians both from the past and the present.

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May 28th, 2:30 PM May 28th, 3:00 PM

Cosmological Argument to God’s Existence: What the Universe Has To Say

Bellamy Hall (HSS) 336

One of the traditional arguments to God is the cosmological argument stating God exists as the transcendent, uncaused creator of the universe. Though its early conception had preceded the development of fundamental scientific discoveries, once science caught up it merely bore witness to the account of the God created universe. There were and are many critics of the argument including Carl Sagan and Neil deGrasse Tyson. My paper will rebuff their criticisms and therefore reinvigorate the cosmological argument as it is presented by numerous scientists and theologians both from the past and the present.