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Thomas Aquinas and the causation argument
Transcript of Thomas Aquinas and the causation argument
Although Thomas Aquinas makes good points with the causation argument, he has simple flaws that are easily noticed. For example, St Thomas Aquinas’s theory: Cause and effect. He said “everything has a series of cause and effect. Everything happens because of something before it”, however, he said “God is the predecessor of everyone” but who came before God? Who created God?
And also, he was a very religious person, since he was young. He believed in God very strongly, so being who he was, he would do anything possible in his power to show proof of God, which can make all his points realistically bias. So therefore, our summary of St Thomas Aquinas, is that his points were cleverly made, but could be bias for God and Religion.