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A standard criticism of the Ontological Proof is that (Points : 1) "existence" can't be treated as an ordinary term. it is too complicated and requires too much mathematics.
the argument appears nowhere in the Christian Bible. it fails to satisfy our desire for a God who hears prayers.
"existence" can't be treated as an ordinary term.
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User: A standard criticism of the Ontological Proof is that

User: A standard criticism of the Ontological Proof is that (Points : 1) "existence" can't be treated as an ordinary term. it is too complicated and requires too much mathematics. the argument appears nowhere in the Christian Bible. it fails to satisfy our desire for a God who hears prayers.

Weegy: "existence" can't be treated as an ordinary term.
ephraimzRN|Points 2278|

User: Marx regarded religion as fundamentally one of several (Points : 1) Paths to the Truth. ideologies. ways of understanding the soul. sources of pleasant holidays.

Weegy: 2. ideologies
Sunshiineluv|Points 668|

User: Pascal distinguished two conceptions of God. These were (Points : 1) the God of the Jews, and the God of the Christians. the God of the Christians and the God of the Muslims. the God the Philosophers and the God of the Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. the God of the Jews, and the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

Weegy: The answer is 3.)the God the Philosophers and the God of the Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
koaley|Points 6262|

User: An essential property of God, according to the Ontological Argument, is (Points : 1) compassion. righteousness. omniscience. existence.

Weegy: 3. omniscience. all versions of the ontological argument assume that God is simultaneously omnipotent, omniscient, and morally perfect.
migzptz|Points 7252|

User: The First Cause argument for the existence of God assumes that (Points : 1) the universe is stable and ruled by natural law. the universe has not always existed. the universe may be larger than we suspect. the big bang shows that God isn't required to explain the world.

Weegy: The First Cause argument for the existence of God assumes that the universe has not always existed.
Expert answered|shifa saleheen|Points 9901|



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