I can't recall the five ways, but one of them had to do with the need for a prime mover, and God was that prime mover.
My question to those of you who know the five ways is whether it is really fair to call them a proof.
A proof should be quite definitive, and it seems impossible to do so with concepts of the existence or non existence of God.
|Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways||122||Citizen Attorney||22-Feb-07 01:41|
|Re: Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways||107||Ghia||22-Feb-07 02:14|
|Here are the Five Ways||91||Citizen Attorney||22-Feb-07 02:52|
|Re: Here are the Five Ways||90||Raja||22-Feb-07 21:14|
|Re: Here are the Five Ways||82||Avatar||13-Jul-07 20:46|
|Re: Here are the Five Ways||87||Raja||13-Jul-07 22:16|
|Re: Here are the Five Ways||76||Joyeuse||05-Mar-08 08:23|
|Physics proof of God in one way :)))))))||85||Astikapati||22-Feb-07 03:39|
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|Re: Physics proof of God in one way :)))))))||99||Farseeker||22-Feb-07 22:27|
|Is the Universe digital? I'm not buying that.||77||come on pilgrim||23-Feb-07 01:17|
|Re: Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways||101||David L||22-Feb-07 21:34|
|Re: Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways||88||Farseeker||22-Feb-07 22:23|
|All Things Desire||81||Raja||04-Mar-08 21:30|