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argument The design argument is also known as the teleological argument.
cause The first cause argument says that the universe first began with an uncaused cause.
design The design argument suggests that the design of the world is evidence of God's existence.
enlightenment Enlightenment is a spiritual awakening.
evil Evil is the opposite of good.
general General revelation is the idea that God can be revealed through everyday experience.
immanent If you believe that God is immanent, you believe that God is present and active in the world.
impersonal The belief that God is impersonal is the belief that God is beyond our understanding.
miracle A miracle is a special event, thought to be impossible.
omnipotent Omnipotent means all-powerful.
omniscient Omniscient means all-knowing.
personal The personal nature of God means that humans can build relationships with God.
revelation A general revelation might be felt by reading a scripture.
science Science is the human collection of knowledge gained from testing and observation.
special Special revelations, such as visions of God can happen to an individual or a group.
suffering Suffering is experiencing pain, distress or hardship.
transcendent The belief that God is transcendent is the belief that God exists outside of space and time.
ultimate Ultimate reality is the belief in a universal and supreme power: God.
vision A vision is seeing something in our imaginations or dreams.

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