Is Belief in God Reasonable? Faith Seeking Understanding. A posteriori arguments (based on experience): The teleological argument (from design) The cosmological argument A priori argument (independent of experience): The ontological argument. The Cosmological Argument: St. Thomas Aquinas.
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A posteriori arguments (based on experience):
A priori argument (independent of experience):
P1: “God” means the greatest conceivable being
P2a: A being that exists in one’s mind and in reality (outside of one’s mind) is greater than one that exists only in one’s mind
P2b: A necessarily existing being is greater than a merely possible being