Comment on the attached reading in at least five sentences


Answer some of the following questions about Samuel Clarke’s cosmological argument in at least 5 sentences. What observations or questions do you have about the reading? Do you think that something can come from nothing? If not, then where did the universe come from? If something cannot come from nothing, then does this drive you to believe in God (or something similar) as the origin of all that exists? If some eternal and self-existing being actually exists, what is it like? Can we know? Be sure to ground your answers in the reading.