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Do miracles prove the existence of god? essays The God of the Abrahamic religions is recognized as the omniscient, invincible and benevolent being. Miracles are considered to be a violation of natural law or a permanently inexplicable event. Through the discussion of the idealistic “perfect” God and considering that either nature or humans, themselves, can create miracles, I will argue that miracles do not prove the existence of God. Firstly, many people believe that a miracle can result from an actual fault by God. Some believe that this is an attempt by God at correcting his historical “wrong-doings”, in effort to make up for previous faults. This idea is rather ironic. The breaking of laws written by an all-knowing God is entirely contradictive. God is believed to exist outside of our space-time, thus making it impossible to intervene with our everyday lives. Therefore, this violation of nature or inexplicable event taking place on Earth, (inside our space-time), cannot possibly be produced by a being outside of our universe. This raises doubts about the relation Olympic Swimmer Ariana Kukors Pens an Essay on Alleged miracles being created by a higher power, or “Father of everything”. Epicurus states: “if any all powerfully and perfectly God exists then evil does not exist.” Furthermore, the Abrahamic God is benevolent to human beings and to all his creations. This proves that God is thought to be a consistently perfect being, making it impossible for him to make mistakes. Secondly, the Argument of Design declares the orderliness of nature, also proven by Striptease ROLAND BARTHES | Aesthetics | Semiotics “Paley’s Watch” theory. This theory argues that there must be a “designer for every design” or first cause, implying a higher being. Additionally, Olympic Swimmer Ariana Kukors Pens an Essay on Alleged act of a miracle cannot be proven by science, which essentially relates Olympic Swimmer Ariana Kukors Pens an Essay on Alleged to the idea of a “first cause.” Nonetheless, if God were the “first cause” and more importantly, the cause of everything, it would not make sense to allocate his or her power to the dedication of only fabricatin.

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