God's Existence

Are there any deductive arguments for God’s existence? Or just Inductive?

Be carefull with such types of arguments There are those who will attempt to use your mishandling of the semantics of the arguement process to try to prove to you that God Does not exist. For instance can you provide deductive arguements for the existence of any other individual whose existance was clearly documented in history?

abail,
Have you heard, Christians walk by faith. :slight_smile:

jean8

All arguements and all sciences are based on faith.

It purely depends on your own beliefs and the arguments you can come up with… that goes for both sides.

Ironically Yours, Blade and Blood

fordham.edu/halsall/source/aquinas3.html

peterkreeft.com/topics/gods-existence.htm
peterkreeft.com/topics/design.htm
peterkreeft.com/topics/first-cause.htm
peterkreeft.com/topics/conscience.htm
peterkreeft.com/topics/history.htm
peterkreeft.com/topics/pascals-wager.htm
peterkreeft.com/topics/desire.htm
peterkreeft.com/topics/christ-divinity.htm

See St. Thomas Aquinas,

newadvent.org/summa/1002.htm

God Bless

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