Tag: First Way
Why the Universe Itself Can’t Be the Most Fundamental Thing
Imagine a chain hanging from the sky supporting a weight suspended in the air. Each link in the chain is a cause for the continued suspension of the links.
Aquinas’ Third Way: An Analogy to Moonlight
Imagine that you are an astronomer on a world with one moon. It is always night on your world, and the moon is the only body in the sky.
Aristotle and Universal Darwinism
The greatest engine of atheism in modern times — Darwin’s theory — is nothing more than a bastardization of the strongest philosophical argument for God’s existence.