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Is there a God?

I am completing my presentation due next week and looking for assistance on the finalized version. Trying to prove my argument of existence.

1 slide that presents the topic and your central thesis (theme)

Having a hard time with this

o 3-4 slides that describe 3-4 principle philosophic issues (be specific and name them ) related to the topic 50 pts

-ontological, theological, moral?????

o 3-4 slides that present historical philosophers' views (name them) that support your theory 50 pts
Kant, Aquinas?? Descartes?Views?

o 3-4 slides of philosophers who object to the thesis and problems associated with the student's theme, which will usually be an opposing viewpoints 50 pts
Hume, Kant, atheism, agnosticism

o 1 slide that presents a conclusion 15 pts
Is this enough to prove my existence?

I am trying to tie everything together to make sense...

Thank you for your assistance.

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Hello,

See my comments below, in caps:

1 slide that presents the topic and your central thesis (theme)

YOUR THESIS, I THINK, IS THAT GOD EXISTS. BE SURE TO SET THIS UP CLEARLY - STATE WHAT YOU ARE GOING TO DO AND HOW YOU ARE GOING TO DO IT (I.E. THAT YOU ARE GOING TO ARGUE THAT A REVIEW OF RELEVANT PHILOSOPHICAL ARGUMENTS DEMONSTRATES THAT GOD EXISTS, OR WORDS TO THIS EFFECT.)

Having a hard time with this

o 3-4 slides that describe 3-4 principle philosophic issues (be specific and name them ) related to the topic 50 pts

-ontological, theological, moral?????

ONTOLOGICAL AND MORAL (CAN WE BE GOOD WITHOUT GOD?) ARE PROBABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT HERE. YOU MIGHT ALSO CONSIDER 'PASCAL'S WAGER' (THE ARGUMENT THAT IT IS IN OUR INTEREST TO BELIEVE IN GOD AND THEREFORE RATIONAL TO BELIEVE IN GOD). ALSO, COSMOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS (I.E. 'FIRST CAUSE' ARGUMENTS). I'M NOT SURE WHAT YOU ARE REFERRING TO WITH 'THEOLOGICAL' - NATURAL ...

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