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Argument for God from Intentionality.

Under Heavy contruction**

Argument for God from Intentionality

1. If God did not exist, [then] intentional states of consciousness would not exist.
2. But intentional states of consciousness do exist!
3. Therefore, God exists.

Common Rebuttals

[[God has intentional states of consciousness and his didn't need to be created]] - There is NO mechanism that would prevent an all knowing, all powerful, supernatural, unchanging, immaterial, personal mind, from having intentional states of consciousness. Contrast that with the fact that there is NO natural process or mechanism which can account for a material object (such as a brain) from having intentional state o...f consciousness.

Moreover, one can postulate that there is no sequence of events to Gods thought processes (as he is ALL KNOWING). Meaning all of his thoughts would exist together at the same instant. He would not have to think about one thing, and then later think about the next. This would hint at th…

APEX (Official)

"If you have to accept the 'possibility' that your thoughts may not be real (your own), and that you may not exist in a true objective reality, then you cannot know anything. It's logically absurd to believe any knowledge can be obtained if the before mentioned have to be accepted as possibilities." - AK

The Formal Argument

P1: Choosing to be an atheist prevents you from knowing anything. P2: Choosing a position which prevents you from  knowing anything, is the pinnacle of ignorance.

C:   Choosing to be an atheist is the pinnacle of ignorance.

HISTORY-This formal argument was created in February 2014 by Christian Apologist Chad Elliott. It is a continuation from his previous argument known as CIRCUS which can be seen here:
his is a secondary argument and should not be used, until CIRCUS is proven!! With that being said, Apex got its name by leading one to the conclusion that there is nothing more ignoran…