Religious faith cannot fully be justified by argument. But precisely because it deals with an orientation that both transcends and precedes argument.
If we accept that science is what we can discover for ourselves, then it is probably true that God cannot be proved by scientific investigation. However, individuals hold that God has revealed Himself — in Creation, in Scripture and in Christ, and that evidence consistent with through a holy book God offers the invitation: “You will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart.
” (Jeremiah 29:13) Do you believe in God’s existence? I would say yes, I do believe in God’s existence due to fact, whom do we know that created the earth and planets. Along with the power to know the human mind. Adam and Eve were created by a possible being which was God. Do you believe in a higher power? The higher power in your cultural beliefs and spiritual belief.
Do you believe in god? The ontological argument was brought about by a philosopher name Saint Anselm (1033-1109) in the Archbishop of Canterbury. This argument argues the understanding of something existing only in the mind and some exist in the mind and reality. He uses the analogy of a painter first conceives a painting. The painting only exists in conception. After the painting is painted not only does it exist in the conception but now also in reality. I feel the existence of god has been skeptical throughout everyone’s life.
Many people grow up and are raised with different religions and cultural values. Many people believe that God’s existence is definite and some feel indifferent because there is no actual proof of his existence. The reason is the fact people have a hard time believing in something we cannot see. The argument states that God exists in the understanding, then he must have existed in reality and if god is a possible being that exists in the understanding and reality than that something is a greater being. From all ethical systems I resonate with Utilitarianism simply because of its principals. Everyone’s Happiness Counts Equally is a unique principle of Utilitarianism. Years ago, it was a commonly held view that some lives, and the happiness they contained, were simply more important and valuable than others. Although, Utilitarianism is the actions that are right if they are useful or for the benefit of a majority.
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