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Abductive arguments (Khan Academy)
Sound and unsound arguments (Khan Academy)
Argument and evidence (in relation to religion)
Websites for fallacies - one of Mr Johnson's favourite websites
How to argue your case like a great philosopher. Robust debate is an important skill in work and life. Knowing how to argue is more than simply stating your opinion. Dr Patrick Stokes shares his tips.
World Religions online database. Username: brisboys and Password: trial. Look on the tab at the top and see if there are any 'Primary Sources'. On trial because of the Corona Virus shutdown until May 31.
Arguments for the existence of God: Reason - Chapter 5 of a textbook with information on ontological, cosmological and teleological arguments.
Introducing Philosophy of Religion - a textbook with chapters on ontological, cosmological and teleological information.
Philosophy of Religion from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Proofs for the existence of God - has information about ontological, cosmological and teleological arguments. It can be accessed through Gale in Context database.
Philosophy of Religion - use Ctrl F to find general information about your topic - can be accessed through Gale in Context database.
Even though it's Wikipedia, it looks like a good overview: Existence of God - Wikipedia
USEFUL LECTURES FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
Arguments for and against God; the design argument (teleological argument) - opens in YouTube but has no graphics (40m20s)
The Philosophy of Religion - from the Stanford Encyclopedia
The basics of Philosophy - you can search by branch/doctrine, by historical period, by movement/school, or by individual philosopher.
Wiphi - Our mission is to introduce the public to the practice of philosophy through free, entertaining, and accessible videos featuring experts from around the world.
History of Philosophy - King's College London