Atheism posits a primordial energy whose origin it can never explain.

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Parent debateThis argument is used in the debate Does God exist?.
Argument forThis argument is a justification of God is the first cause of the universe.
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The universe is produced by a primordial energy that atheism cannot explain. It recognizes its presence. Cosmological theories do the same, and they too fail to account for the presence of this quasi-infinite energy at the origin of the universe. So, logically, we're forced into two positions: either we assume that this energy is uncaused, that primordial nothingness produced it. This is absurd. Or we are obliged to postulate a necessary Being, who produced or created this energy.



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  • Argument againstEverything has a cause, and God in particular

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