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    The existence of God has been in question for as long as mankind has existed and thought logically. Many questions have plagued the human mind in regards to God, and there have been many arguments drawn with the hopes of proving the existence of a supreme being whom we know as God. The “God” question has been presented to every individual at some point in their lives. It is a topic that will bring forth never-ending questions and an equal amount of attempted answers. Many philosophers have formulated

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    The Existence of God The philosophical arguments presented in this document are not of religious text, nor scientific observation or established fact. Rather the premise of this God proof is bring together and share the various theories on which other God proofs have established foundations. I have heard it quoted that “Philosophy goes where hard science can 't, or won 't. Philosophers have a license to.” Therefore, with this in mind, I attest that it is more than problematic to construct an

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    Dawkins, once said that the concept of God is a “delusion” and that it is “something people believe in despite a total lack of evidence.” I disagree with Dawkin’s statement as the existence of God can be proved by the existence of evil as one cannot exist without the other. I believe that the existence of evil proves that God exists as it was this argument that led former atheist; the Chronicles of Narnia author C.S. Lewis, to believe in the existence of God- “I believe in Christianity as I believe

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    The Existence of God What we call religious experience can differ greatly. Some reports exist of supernatural happenings that it would be difficult to explain from a rational, scientific point of view. On the other hand, there also exist the sorts of testimonies that simply seem to convey a feeling or a peace of oneness- something which most of us, religious or not, may possibly relate to. Firstly, I will consider the nature of an experience. Experience involves

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    Existence of God Major issues and controversies on the existence of God Name: - Yasin Eroglu Student Number: - 213483441 Course Name and Code: - The Nature of Religion: An Introduction, AP/HUMA 1860 6.00 Teacher Assistant: - Irfaan Jaffer Due Date: - April 14, 2015 Beliefs cannot be validated, and for this reason, people believe in what they choose to. This paves way to question the existence of God, the existence of an omnipotent and omniscient being. Given that the Divine is beyond sensory

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    views on God. Does he exist? Does he not exist? These questions can be argued with countless theories as to why he does exist and how there is no way that he does not exist or he does not exist and there is no way that he does exist. Theists would argue that God does exist and there is good reason to think that he exists. Agnostics, Atheists, and Fideists, on the other hand would argue that there is no good reason to think that God exists. For some people they have no doubt that God exists

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    Descartes God Existence

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    The argument that Descartes posed about God existing just because we have the concept of perfection instilled in our minds. Earlier in his meditations Descartes states the argument “I think there for I am,” this statement it self proves the we exist and we are beings that think. Everything beyond your own existence is open to debate. The idea of perfectness is completely subjective, the ideas of perfection of a fundamentalist Christian are certainty different the ideals of an Atheist or even Muslim

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    Does God Exist? The existence of God is a question that has troubled and plagued mankind since it began to consider logic. Is there a God? How can we be sure that God exists? Can you prove to me that He is real? Does His existence, or lack thereof, make a significant difference? These loaded questions strike at the heart of human existence. But the real question is, can we answer any of them? These questions are answered in the arguments of St. Thomas Aquinas, Blaise Pascal and St. Anselm of

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    exist, just as God he believes does not. Throughout this paper will be the discussion of the Cosmological, teleological, design arguments, and how he refutes these arguments to invalidate the existence of God and theism. McCloskey throughout his article refers to cosmological, teleological, and design arguments as proofs. Stated from Merriam-Webster a proof is, “Something which shows that something else is true or correct”. This goes to show that McCloskey is arguing the existence of God and is giving

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    November 2015 Rough Draft for The arguments for the Existence of God. The question "Does God Exist?" is a well-known asked question in the world. Most people believe they know the answer to it. The religious people would say, well of course he does, while the non-religious people or atheist would say no He does not exist. Because evil exist and chaos exists, God cannot be all-powerful. In the modern world, there are many different opinions as to whether a God exists or not. This has been an issue of great

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