What is the documentary evidence that the complete Canon was listed before 400AD?
The best medieval philosophers in Western Europe held that human reason is unable to resolve whether the universe is eternal or had a beginning....
The common question is, 'If God made the world then who made God?'. The question starts with the observation that each thing we perceive does not...
Could the analogy at least show that God is not like natural things whose reason for existing is not accounted for by its nature?
If mutually exclusive worldviews by definition cannot be reconciled, how could two such interlocutors be merged into one?
Would non-violent co-existence between two interlocutors with mutually exclusive worldviews (even allowing robust debate) be an acceptable outcome?
The parable is given in light of the title of the thread. Could the locomotive be said to move itself with respect to the carriage?
I did not know of the existence of the document.
If the wheels of the locomotive are turning by it's own power, then could we say the locomotive moves itself?
What reasons are there supporting this claim?
How can God be made exclusive?
If the locomotive pulls the carriage, then what pulls the locomotive?
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