This chapter features thought experiments, discussion questions and further readings on the cosmological argument on god's existence, it is not quite an argument, more an invitation to think through some possibilities. But notice that the end point of our musings is that we find ourselves committed to the existence of a God. The idea of something being genuinely uncaused can sometimes seem alien to us. After all, if the preceding is right, then all of our experiences are of caused events. Since all of the events that we've seen have been caused, that gives us some good reason to think that a creation event was itself caused. The likely cause of such an event is God. When evaluating arguments in the philosophy of religion we must be very careful to avoid simply looking for arguments that confirm our own pre-established beliefs. In doing good philosophy, we should evaluate the arguments on their own terms.