The Cosmological Argument from Plato to Leibniz (Library of Philosophy and Religion) Paperback – 13 Oct 2001
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As one who has little training in philosophy and the cosmological argument, I found this book extremely helpful. From the beginning, in the preface, Craig simply summarizes the cosmological concept in a few points, and he explains the strengths and weakness of the book itself. As for the rest of the book, Craig is great at bringing the arguments of the philosopher into both the context of the times of the philosopher and the matter of theism. If the essay discussion of the arguments seem confusing, Craig outlines the argument after each discussion to summarize the points. By reading this book with patience and an application of logic one can discover the causes from the natural world that point towards God and the character of God.