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What are they because there is a huge chunk of criticisms but not strengths? :confused:
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http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=405347
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Thank you
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You're welcome .
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The ontological argument has stengths?

More like the Pantselm argument.
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The ontological argument has stengths?

More like the Pantselm argument.
Hehe. I couldn't agree more. I suppose the strength of the argument lies in providing an explantion of God's existence *only* for believers.

Kant ripped deductive proofs to pieces - and rightly so.
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strengths would be the following:

It holds out the hope of a proof
Its starting point is valid for both believer and atheist
it is an intellectually stimulating argument that continues to be studied and debated
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All people have an image of 'the perfect God' in their head. This is how the problem of evil works. In order to argue against the existence of God, or at least the God of classical theism, then you have to be willing to say God cannot be perfectly omni-potent, present, benevolent etc. because I know what a perfect God would be and this doesn't fit the criteria
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(Original post by 12CPenman)
All people have an image of 'the perfect God' in their head. This is how the problem of evil works. In order to argue against the existence of God, or at least the God of classical theism, then you have to be willing to say God cannot be perfectly omni-potent, present, benevolent etc. because I know what a perfect God would be and this doesn't fit the criteria
Did you even look at the age of the thread? Christ.
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And it won't apply to anyone else whose taking a GCSE or A-Level in this?
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