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  1. Science and Religion do they have anything to offer each other?

    He is renowned for his argument for design, which is one way that religious followers argue for the existence of God, by suggesting that a watch is so complex and sophisticated that it must have a designer, and cannot just occur by coincidence. He says that the universe follows this principle, the laws of science and nature are so perfectly synchronised, so involved that they prove that God must exist because they could not coincide together without a conductor, a director, a designer.

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  • The only situation which would justify abortion would be to save the mothers life. Discuss this statement.

    "Another stance to the argument, and one that several feminists take up is the issue that a woman has a right to her own privacy. If this is agreed with, then women have the right to make the decision as to what they think is best for themselves and for the foetus, this can potentially inhibit the extinction of the foetus. A feminist called Christine Overall thinks that it is immoral not to respect the personal p"

  • 'There is no such thing as evil' Discuss this statement.

    "Others might argue that, because we have free will, we are sinful because we have the ability to choose our own actions and therefore evil is not created by God, but in fact it is created by humans who abuse their free will. This gets rid of the problems raised by God allowing evil because God has given us free will and thus any moral evil is humans fault. However, this doesn’t answer the problem of natural evil, not caused by humans, although some Christians would argue that this natural evil is cause by fallen angels, although in my opinion, that idea is very unlikely. Others might argue that although suffering and evil exist, we get closer to God by acting morally through suffering. This follows the idea of soul-making, which is backed up by the story of Job in the Bible, who suffers great hardship because of a wager God has with Satan. This also suggests that evil is a mystery and we should just accept it and not question God. For these reasons, I think that evil does exist and that although moral evil can occur as a result of human action, natural evil can’t be brought on by humans and therefore it must come from God."

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