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Annoying Cosmological Arguments That Promote Religion: my brief overview.

Essentially, debates like the Kalam cosmological argument or the watchmaker analogy, typically place emphasis on claims that play on intuition. For example, since Christianity arrived in Europe people started crediting God for anything good that happened in their lives and the Devil was the cause of the bad. Modern religious minded folk are doing the same to this day! The evangualist philosopher, William Lane Craig, stressed that it's obvious how everything with a beginning, was, in fact, caused by an almighty Abrahamic god, or likewise, they attribute marvels of nature to intelligent design. It's never ending: what always follows is that God did it if it is good. Even the cosmological assertion that the universe must originate with some kind of non-material, all amazing God who existed before time itself came to be, is realistically, the same religious psychology.  Here are the simplified key points for cosmological arguments and my responses to them: 1 Everything that has a b