Arguments for the Existence of God

Recall from our unit on logic and critical thinking that we are subject tofile:///a/Users/Shiva/Downloads/confirmation%20bias.pdf This is the idea that we notice information that confirms our beliefs and we tend to ignore information that disconfirms them. We also read about file:///a/Users/Shiva/Downloads/Rapoport’s%20Rules.pdf. When we evaluate arguments we try to give the strongest version of them we can. We could extend this idea that positions people hold. If we are interested in the truth, then we should consider the strongest argument we know of for that position. Together, Let’s evaluate the arguments for the existence of God that we have studied so far with confirmation bias and Rapoport’s rules in mind.
Review confirmation bias Review rapoport’s rules Evaluate the Arguments for the Existence of God For your initial post, identify the argument for the existence of God that you think is the strongest (choose one: Cosmological argument, Design Argument, or Ontological Argument). Note: this is possible regardless of whether you are actually convinced by this argument or if you actually agree with the conclusion that God exists. Briefly summarize the argument and explain why you think it is better than the other two arguments. This should take two paragraphs (100 words or more each).
Next, explain the objection that you think is the best objection AGAINST the argument for the existence of God that you selected above.