Apologetics 2

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Apologetics 2

  1. 1. George, follower of Christ
  2. 2.  Deism  Pantheism  Panentheism  Atheism  Theism
  3. 3.  Basic beliefs  Complexity of the world, there is a creator.  After creation, left world alone  No miracles or intervention  Reasons for arising  Rise of humanism, moral aspects of religion  Popularity of materialism  Rise of experientialism, experience in life is key.  Against supernatural.
  4. 4.  God create, why can’t God intervene?  God created a mechanical world.  God is a machine  But God is a person.  Deism recognize creation not salvation.  Creation is already a major miracle.  So why not believe in other minor miracles?
  5. 5.  Basic Belief  Opposite Deism. God = World  Stand  Protons, neutrons and electrons  God =World  Critic  God is close  Equate God to His creation  How can transitional things be eternal?
  6. 6.  Basic beliefs  Deny God = World  ThinksWorld is a subset of God  Reason for arising  God is not the world  God is not separated from the world  Hybrid theory  Critic  World change, God change.
  7. 7.  Introduction  Many forms, humanism, materialism and naturalism.  Disprove proof of God, not prove the converse.  From causality to disprove God  From morality to disprove God  From suffering to disprove God  Critics?
  8. 8.  Why can’t we conclude?  Subjectivity of the truth
  9. 9.  Atheism gives strongest evidence toTheism  Four proofs  Cosmological Proof  Teleological Proof  Moral Argument  Design Proof
  10. 10.  God, God’s Love and Justice  Creation and Evolution  Jesus  Bible  Others
  11. 11.  Any questions?

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