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Summary in 400 words or less:
Kant’s argument from morality:
1. God is the best answer for the existence of objective morality.
2. Objective morals exist.
3. Therefore, God exists.
There are variations of this argument, but we have presented the general gist of the argument. Objective morals are those morals that transcend culture (e.g., wrong to rape, wrong to murder those of one’s community, and et cetera).
Argument from Love and Value
Without God, no absolute form of love is possible or conceivable. Absolute love is possible and conceivable. Therefore, absolute love is found only in a loving God’s existence. Add to this the value of life found in love.
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Three questions (1 fill-in-the-blank, 1 multiple choice, and one discussion question):
References for further reading:
On Guard, William Lane Craig, chapter six.
Kreeft, Peter. Tacelli, Ronald. Twenty Arguments for the Existence of God.
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