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  • Writer's picture Peter Kupisz

“If Everything Has Cause, then What Caused God?”

The kalam cosmological argument has been developed in the last few decades by the Christian philosopher, Dr. William Lane Craig. The argument goes as follows:

1. Whatever begins to exist has a cause of its existence. 2. The universe began to exist. 3. Therefore the universe has a cause.

(Craig also develops certain reasons why the best explanation for the cause of the universe must be something like the Christian God.)

One frequent objection to this argument is, “If everything has a cause, then what caused God?” But this objection fails to understand the argument correctly. The argument does not say that “everything has a cause” but rather that “everything that begins to exist, has a cause.” Since God did not begin to exist, there is no (external) cause of His existence.

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External Video (below): The Kalam Cosmological Argument - Part 1: Scientific

External Video (below): 10 Worst Objections to the Kalam Cosmological Argument



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