Anselm, Guanilo And Thomas Of Aquinas: The Existence Of God

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The existence of God has been the subject of debate by philosophers, scientists, and for centuries. Three of these philosophers Anselm, Guanilo and Thomas of Aquinas explore some ideas on the topic of the existence of God. Anselm refers to Psalm 8 that says we need to seek God with our whole heart but he points out the fact we cannot see God so how can we seek God with our whole heart? Subsequently, Guanilo disagrees with Anselm’s comparison of God existence that leads them to go back and fourth on in a debate. Thomas Aquinas who might be more understood who points out everything has breath has a creator for this reason God does exist.
These three philosophers Anselm, Guanilo along with Thomas Aquinas present their arguments describing the existence of God, but not everyone would agree with their
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Someone who believes in God just because the Bible says he exists even though this person has not seen the proof of God's existence. "1 John 5:20 And we know that the Son of God has come and has given us understanding so that we might know Him who is true, and we are in Him who is true, in His Son Jesus Christ, who is the true God and eternal life." The existence of God and us contemplating how God exists has to do a lot with why Jesus the son exists. God sent Jesus born of from a virgin is an example of God's existence. For example, Jesus created many miracles while he walked this earth up to Jesus's crucifixion on the cross has a lot of awe-inspiring meaning no normal man that could do what Jesus was able to do on this earth. The sequence of events leading up to Jesus's resurrection shows through many studies. For example, John 20:1 says, "Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone was away from the entrance." One of the great mysteries as some people say about the tomb of Christ, but others believe it is no