The Argument of Causality
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St. Thomas Aquinas' Second Way: The Argument of Causality
by Gillian Baetiong
St. Thomas Aquinas concluded that no object creates itself,
and nothing can be the cause of itself.
He believed that there was an "uncaused first cause" who started all of creation and its existence.
That "uncaused first cause" is said to be God.
If something is caused, it has to have been caused by something else
One cause creates a ripple effect of causes, but there can not be an endless string of objects causing other objects to exist.
The universe is not eternal.
It has a beginning...
...and it will have an end.
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