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The Teleological Argument from A.A. Hodge

7. State the Teleological Argument. Teleology from telov, end, and logov [greek], discourse, is the science of final causes, or of purposes or design as exhibited in the adjustments of parts to wholes, of means to ends, of organs to uses … Continue reading

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What is Rationalism? [Hodge]

A “Naturalist” is one who holds that Nature is a complete self–contained, self–supported sphere in itself; and hence denies either the reality of the supernatural, or that it can be an object of human knowledge; and hence denies the necessity, or possibility, … Continue reading

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The Cosmological Argument from A.A. Hodge

The Cosmological Argument:  It may be stated in the form of a syllogism, thus— Major Premise—Every new existence or change in anything previously existing must have had a cause pre–existing and adequate. Originally posted 2011-12-24 19:27:28. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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The Moral Argument from A.A. Hodge

[…] the Moral Argument, or the Evidence afforded by the Moral Consciousness and History of mankind. The Cosmological argument led us to an eternal self–existent First Cause. The argument from the order and adaptation discovered in the processes of the universe revealed this … Continue reading

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The Inspiration of the Bible [Hodge]

To understand the doctrine of biblical inspiration one needs to explicate these fundamental ideas: The Necessary Presuppositions [are as follows] 1. What are the necessary presuppositions, as to principles, and matters of fact, which must be admitted before the possibility of … Continue reading

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