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Knowntje/KnownNoMore Summary of 8 part series refuting the kalam argument (mirror)

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Uploaded on Oct 4, 2011

This video was originally posted by KnownNoMore please subscribe to his channel here http://www.youtube.com/user/KnownNoMore

The Kalam Cosmological Argument
Premise 1: Whatever begins to exist has a cause @ 2:40
Premise 2: The Universe Began to Exist @ 5:26
Two Versions of eternity @ 5:56
Dynamic Time/A-Theory of Time/Tensed Time @ 6:31
Static Time/ B-Theory of Time/Tenseless Time @ 6:58
Scientific Evidence for B-Theory of Time @ 7:45
Implications of Static Time @ 9:23
Simply Analogy: B-Theory of Time and youtube video @ 10:12

I apologize about the quality.

This summary is mainly for people who don't want to sit through over an hour of material Reasonablefaith.org William lane Craig criticizes KnownNoMore's very first video ever on the kalam: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/site/N... (question 71 in the video, but its really question 70)

This video is great in that it not only refutes the Kalam argument it also gives a good description on the origins of the universe and space and time on a naturalistic or atheist worldview. Basically this video describes the universe as "timeless". By timeless we mean that all moments of time exist to form a universal "now". The past still exist and the future already exist all simultaneously as a timeless 4 dimensional entity. The big bang would not be the "beginning" of the universe in a temporal sense but could better be described as the 4 dimensional edge of the universe where the 4 dimensions of space meet. Basically this implies that the universe would be like God itself - a timeless being that never began to exist nor ever ceases to exist.

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