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Published by Ansariyan Publications in Qum .
Written in English


  • God (Islam) -- Proof,
  • Islam -- Doctrines

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Edition Notes

StatementJawadi Amuli ; translated and edited by Hassan Allahyari.
LC ClassificationsBP166.2+
The Physical Object
Pagination276 p. ;
Number of Pages276
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24113578M
LC Control Number2006331280

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  A Commentary on Theistic Arguments, Ayatullah Jawadi Amoli, Hassan Allahyari, Islamic Philosophy, Theosophy, Theology, Islamic Theology, Jawadi Amoli, Javadi. Book Description: The book is a compendium of memorable lectures that were delivered by the venerated author during the year in the Holy city of Qum, in Iran. The beautiful chave been offered in the book on the existence of Almighty Allah SWT and his oneness. A Commentary on Theistic Arguments Author: Ayatullah Jawadi Amuli Category: Allah (SWT), Holy Quran, Laws - Fiqh, Wisdom - Spirituality, Traditions - Hadith, Comparative Religion, Science. Argument’forTheistic’Evolution’from’ Commentaryon*Sentences,*BookII1’ Fr. Michael Chaberek Thomas Aquinas College Santa Paula, CA Abstract: For years Thomists have been using the argument from Commentary on Peter Lombard’s Sentences by Thomas Aquinas to defend theistic evolution. This trend was initiated with Dalmace Leroy’s.

But on the philosophical level these arguments are open to rebuttal and refutation, for they are not philosophically cogent.” [Joseph Owens, “Aquinas and the Five Ways,” Monist 58 (Jan. ): The quotation is on p. ] What might Owens mean by these words? Consider certain versions of the more commonly found theistic arguments. C. Stephen Evans presents the case for understanding theistic arguments as expressions of natural signs in order to gain a new perspective both on their strengths and weaknesses. Three classical, much-discussed theistic arguments - cosmological, teleological, and moral - are examined for the natural signs they s: on theistic arguments (for example, on the fine-tuning arguments),1 the notes, while shortened a bit, are unrevised. My intention had always been to write a small book based on these arguments, with perhaps a chapter on each of the main kinds. Time has never permitted, however, and now the chances of my writing such a book are small and dwindling. Arguments on the subject of religious faith come variously and abundantly these days, from theist and atheist alike. From the former, they range from the oracular hectoring of slick televangelists concerning the rewards that await the believer—both in this life and the next—to the carefully wrought arguments of the more intellectually.

  Theistic evolutionists, and those swayed by their arguments, owe it to themselves to read and digest this compendium of essays. This book is timely and necessary—quite literally a godsend.” James N. Anderson, Professor of Theology and .   Good God: The Theistic Foundations of Morality by David Baggett and Jerry L. Walls is a spirited defense of both the moral argument (MA) for God’s existence and a specific version of Divine Command Theory (DCT). The MA claims that morality is based in God and DCTs attempt to specify how morality is based in God. While the book briefly addresses the that question, the bulk is devoted to.   A recent book is being heavily promoted by The Lampstand Magazine and others as treatise against Evolutionary Creationism. The book “Genesis A Harmonised and Historical Reading” was written by bro Peter Heavyside. Proceeds from sale are going to a charity which is a good thing. The book contends there is no break between Gen 1 & 2. by Michael Chaberek For years, Thomists have been using the argument from Commentary on Peter Lombard’s Sentences by Thomas Aquinas to defend theistic evolution. This trend was initiated with Dalmace Leroy’s attempt to combine Christianity and evolution.