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Message Subject I'm an Atheist. Why should I believe in a god? Which god? and why?
Poster Handle Don'tBeAfraid
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If I had more time, I'd get into some of these. Maybe later. For now, you should do a little research on these and we can discuss. These are more philosophical arguments developed through the years and popularized more recently by people like Dr. William L. Craig.

The Cosmological Argument from Contingency

The Kalam Cosmological Argument


The Moral Argument
1.If God does not exist, objective moral values and duties do not exist.

2.Objective moral values and duties do exist.

3.Therefore, God exists.


The Teleological Argument from Fine-tuning


The Ontological Argument from the Possibility of God’s Existence to His Actuality
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Yeah, this is good and what the OP should be doing if being truthful, but I doubt his seriousness. That's heavy reading and a single page can require 30 minutes or more to really study (more like hours of contemplation). I suggested something similar from St. Anselm to Aquinas and Augustine as well as the major thinkers. Then having read those, there are numerous spinoffs like Kant, Kierkegard, the post-moderns, the Christian and Jewish existentialists, and criticsms of all of them too.
 
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