How do we know that God exists?
Throughout history there have always been questions that we as humans are just unable to answer. The questions surrounding the topic of God seem to be ever elusive, just beyond our reach. The human race has made strides to answer these difficult questions. Unfortunately, as with all knowledge we find ourselves asking more difficult questions. The question of God's existence can be considered one of the most difficult
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contended that God's mode of existence is unique, that he does not exist in the same sense in which anything else exists but in a sense peculiar to himself. Logically, however, this is no different from saying that God does not exist."
Kolak and Martin, "The Experience of Philosophy" Wadsworth Publishing, 1999
Kaufmann, "Critique of Religion and Philosophy" Princeton University Press, 1986
Aquinas' Five Ways was taken from "Core Questions in Philosophy" by Elliott Sober