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  1. The Kalam cosmological argument is a modern formulation of the cosmological argument for the existence of God. It is named after the Kalam (medieval Islamic scholasticism ), from which its key ideas originated.

  2. The Kalām Cosmological Argument is a 1979 book by the philosopher William Lane Craig, in which the author offers a contemporary defense of the Kalām cosmological argument and argues for the existence of God, with an emphasis on the alleged metaphysical impossibility of an infinite regress of past events. First, Craig argues that ...

    • William Lane Craig
    • 216
    • 1979
    • 1979
  3. Jacobus Erasmus. Offers a refreshing discussion of the kalam cosmological argument. Advances a detailed critique of the argument based on the impossibility of an actual infinite. Presents a unique analysis of Platonism and of temporal becoming.

    • Jacobus Erasmus
  4. 13. Juli 2004 · 7. The Kalām Cosmological Argument. A second type of cosmological argument, contending for a first or beginning cause of the universe, has a venerable history, especially in the Islamic mutakalliman tradition. Although it had numerous defenders through the centuries, it received new life in the recent voluminous writings of William ...

  5. 21. Okt. 2015 · The modern day champion of the Kalām cosmological argument is William Lane Craig (Craig 1979, 1997; Craig and Smith 1993; Craig and Sinclair 2009 ). 1 This argument originally founded in Islamic philosophy is:

    • John J. Park
    • 2016
  6. Book Title Kalam Cosmological Argument. Authors William Lane Craig. Series Title Library of Philosophy and Religion. DOI Publisher Palgrave Macmillan London.

  7. Introduction. Ever since the publication of The Kalām Cosmological Argument, Craig ( 1979) has notably revived interest in the medieval kalām argument to the point where it is now, by at least one count, the most discussed argument for God’s existence in the secondary literature.