1. Existence of God
2. Religious sects
The debate concerning the existence of God is one of the oldest and most discussed debates in human history, and has raised many philosophical issues. A basic problem is the existence of both monotheistic and polytheistic views. A wide variety of arguments exist which can be categorized as metaphysical, logical, empirical, or subjective. The existence of God is subject to lively debate both in philosophy – the philosophy of religion being almost entirely devoted to the question – and in popular culture.
The ontological argument has been formulated by philosophers including St. Anselm and René Descartes. The argument proposes that ...view middle of the document...
4. Aquinas argued from degree, considering the occurrence of degrees of goodness. He believed that things which are called good, must be called good in relation to a standard of good – a maximum. There must be a maximum goodness that which causes all goodness.
5. The teleological argument asserts the view that things without intelligence are ordered towards a purpose. Aquinas argued that unintelligent objects cannot be ordered unless they are done so by an intelligent being, which means that there must be an intelligent being to move objects to their ends: God.
Religion – is very fragile and delicate sphere of public life. In Kazakhstan, a secular republic, along the path of democratic reforms since independence, adopted a liberal law "On Freedom of Conscience and Religious Associations" (1992), which created a legal space for the functioning of the country's wide range of faiths and denominations.
In my opinion, and the opinion of many non-governmental organizations, the law assumes too easy registration of religious associations: It requires the association only ten people. At present, according to the Statistics Agency, Kazakhstan is home to 140 ethnic groups and 40 religions. From 1991 to 2010, the number of religious associations has increased 6-fold, from 671 in 1991 to over 4,200 in 2010.
However, against the background of the situation in stable interfaith activities have elements of some of them plan to disseminate radical, reactionary and occult-mystical ideas among the population.
They are all seriously affect the psyche of people, change their minds, a threat to peace and spiritual development of the society, infringes on our families, property, and sometimes the most sacred - human life. Is a zombie and suggestion. Human convince those values which are found in the leaders of sects. The man starts to follow these settings, tear it from the traditional society, it ceases to be responsible in the family ceases to be a citizen of t he country. Then becomes a "cog" in this pseudo-structure. The main thing for sects - power and money, veiled by religious, political, philosophical, and culture-masks. It is also possible and geopolitical goals (for developing countries) of the countries where born and are the "headquarters" of sects.
In Kazakhstan, almost on a permanent basis has more than 350 missionaries in 20 countries. They open up religious schools, publish newspapers and other print products....