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Classical proofs of God's existence
Religion and Theology
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Name Course Instructor Date Classical proofs of God's existence Introduction Over the years, there have been numerous arguments that have either validated or not validated the existence of God. From the work of various personalities in the field of science, philosophy, theology, amongst others, the theme on the existence of God is one that has various interpretations and beliefs.
This essay shall aim at holding a detailed discussion on the existence of God, based on arguments by religious philosophers, philosophers and other classical arguments. The contributions of these bodies of knowledge and persons will be analyzed to assess their contribution to the validation of the existence of God. The essay shall also aim at evaluating whether the arguments can be defended afresh and if they can relate to the day to day living of the contemporary human beings. Though the concept remains controversial, the arguments and different interpretations all aim at proving or disapproving the existence of God. Aquinas’ proof on God’s existence On the basis of reason, God exists. A medieval discussion on the God’s existence cannot be completed without a discussion on the contribution of Aquinas on God’s existence. In the work of Velecky, one would argue that Aquinas was on a mission to discuss the relationship between faith and reason between Philosophy and Christianity (71). Aquinas’ views have also been indicated to be of great impact on the perception of God and religion (Velecky, 69). ...
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