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Philosophers Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli list 20 arguments for the existence of God in their Handbook of Christian Apologetics (IVP, 1994).

When I first read “The Argument from Aesthetic Experience,” I thought it was clever but not compelling.

But the more I have thought about it, the more profound and convincing I have found it to be:

There is the music of Johann Sebastian Bach.

Therefore there must be a God.

They add:

You either see this one or you don’t.

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  1. Jim McNeely says:

    Completely convincing! One of my life-goals is to have all the WTC books 1 and 2 under my fingers. There are mysteries in that music that people have still not understood.

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