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In my life on this planet I have come to question many things that many take on as blind faith We all know that someday we will physically die Yet we continuously deny the forces working inside ourselves which want to search out the true outcome of what may or may not come after death Its far easier for humanity to accept that they will go on to a safe haven and be forgiven for all rather than to question the existence of a super omnipotent being Fortunately there are some of us who tend to question the whys and hows that come before us We question the creation of humanity and the religious teachings received from our parents our church and our society This paper examines the many rational arguments for and against the existence of God It is based on the views of some of the great philosophers and scientists of our world I will show that there is no sufficient proof or comprehensive arguments for the existence of God Some people search for eternal peace throu gh the beliefs in God but this is an impossible belief because of the chances the plausibility and because of science ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS God generally refers to one supreme holy personal being The divine unity of ultimate good-ness and of ultimate reality St Anselm of Canterbury developed what we have learned to be the ontological argument He began his argument by saying that even a fool can grasp or understand the concept of a being than of which nothing greater can be conceived He continues to state that a fool would say that the concept of this beings existence is only in his mind and in the mind of others but not in reality However he also admits to the possibility of this being existing in reality Whatever is understood by the fool is argued that than which nothing is greater can be conceived
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