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A Fancy-Pants Thomistic Metaphysical Argument for God’s Existence

We can first state the argument as follows: Changing beings exist. All changing beings are composed of act and potency. No potency can actualize itself. Only Pure Act can actualize being. So, all finite beings are actualized by Pure Act … Continue reading

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Four Metaphysical Principles Regarding Our Knowledge of God

I have been very much in the business of writing about whether or not God exists. In the words of Lt. Aldo Raine (Brad Pitt) from¬†Inglorious¬†Basterds, “And cousin, business is a-boomin.” While the question of God’s existence is an important … Continue reading

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