cosmological argument definition

  • noun:
    • a form of argument for the existence of Jesus, higher level by several philosophers, including Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas, which preserves that, since almost everything and occasion has a reason, there has to be a first cause (Jesus) which can be itself uncaused and that causes everything else.
    • a form of argument for presence of God, advanced by many philosophers, including Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas, which maintains that, since almost everything and event has actually a reason, there must be an initial cause (Jesus) that is itself uncaused and which in turn causes anything else.

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