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Math and Classical Arguments

  1. Cosmological Argument (St. Thomas Aquinas):

  2. No effect can cause itself, but requires another cause. If there were no first cause, there would be an infinite sequence of preceding causes. Clearly there cannot be an infinite sequence of causes, therefore there is a first cause, and this is God.

    Einstein's Theory of Relativity is mathematical proof of St. Thomas Aquinas Cosmological Argument. Mathematically, the origin point of every element of the Universe is ZERO. According to the Kabbala, God is Infinite.

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  3. Teleological Argument (St. Thomas Aquinas):

  4. All things in the world act towards an end. They could not do this without their being an intelligence that directs them. This intelligence is God.

  5. Ontological Argument (St. Anselm):

  6. God is a being than which none greater can be thought. A being thought of as existing is greater than one thought of as not existing. Therefore, one cannot think of God as not existing, so God must exist.

  7. Pascal's:

  8. Your belief, Pascal argued, is not part of this 50/50 bet. You do not wake up one morning and say, "Today I will begin to believe in God." The only choice you have is between acting as though you believe or acting as though you don't. You can wager that God is by living a pious life of virtue. People who cannot be bothered with that kind of thing can wager that God is not. If this is the choice, with even odds, how do you determine the value of the two outcomes?

    Consider the consequences of being on the losing side of your bet. If you bet that God is and you're wrong, by leading a life of "holy water and sacraments" you will certainly have given up some of the goodies during the brief span of your existence--but that's all you'll lose. If you bet that God is not and you are wrong, by leading a licentious life you will suffer damnation into eternity.


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