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An Argument of the Existence of God God is the infinite and perfect spirit in whom all things have their source support and end He is a person which means He thinks feels and acts He is spiritual in that His essence is spirit not material Holy bible writers speak of Gods hands eyes ect in order to communicate His ability and activity These are anthropomorphisms and are not meant to be talked as literal appendages of God According to Aquinas God is a person who is omnipotent all powerful omniscient all knowing and omni benevolent entirely good A personal quotes of exactly how I feel about my religion Since I was born into Lutheran religion my familychurch friends has opened my eyes to a different way of being in relations to my religion As a Lutheran one is brought up believing that there is some high spirit other than our selves and the reason for us being here because of God God is the creator of everything that exists today Many people question that God exists because what one is taught what one takes in and how society makes it out to be To some people religion is just like eating and breathing it is something people really live by This idea of God is an interesting topic for which many philosophers or scientists have tested Ontology helps with explanation of certain things prevalent in todays society Ontology is a branch of philosophy that studies the existence and nature of the world One philosopher already mentioned would be Aquinas Aquinas has five arguments for the existence of God Those five include motion nature of efficient cause possibility and necessity gradation to be found in thing and the governance of the world Motion is the best argument for existence of God How else would people explain things It will emerge as we proceed that Aquinas
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