Does God Exist? It is one of the most asks questions around the world still to this day. A controversial topic which doesn’t have an answer. No way to prove, or disprove the concept that there is someone or something else that has created the universe we live in. But what is the definition of God? The definition of God is that He is omniscient (all knowing), omnipotent (all powerful), and omnibenevolent (morally perfect and all loving). This definition is most used in Philosophy of Religion and is most people known definition of who/what God is. But some of these characteristic seem to contradict the world we live in, and the evil and sinful beings on this planet defend a good argument on God’s non-existence. There are many different views, ideas, and arguments that all raise difficult questions and thought on the existence of God. There are many arguments which strongly put forward the point that God does exist. The first of them being the ontological argument which states that a) God is the greatest conceivable being, b) it is greater to exist than not to exist and so therefore God must exist. Another example includes the fact that life beginning, and still existing is the proof of God. That there must be a creator of the universe we live in, and if Earth’s perfect conditions for life exist, then there must be a perfect creator of such a perfect universe, which must be God. Other arguments come from people who believe that they have witnessed the existence of God through visits, visions, voices, or just a feeling. They believe then that God must exist solely for the reason of having a religious experience. There is also a teleological argument stating that there is purpose and order in the universe, so we can infer that the universe has been created by an intelligent design: William Paley (1743-1805).
The first contradiction to the belief that God exists is something that everyone can vouch for and has witnessed/heard of is the existence of evil. The...
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