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1 Plato: the concept of the Forms and the Analogy of the Cave 2 Aristotle: ideas about cause and purpose in relation to God 3 God as creator 4 The goodness of God 5 The Ontological argument 6 The Cosmological argument 7 The Teleological argument 8 The Moral argument 9 The problem of evil 10 Religion and science