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Citizen Attorney wrote:

> Aquinas had a proof of the existence of God in five ways.
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> I can't recall the five ways, but one of them had to do with
> the need for a prime mover, and God was that prime mover.
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> My question to those of you who know the five ways is whether
> it is really fair to call them a proof.
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> A proof should be quite definitive, and it seems impossible to
> do so with concepts of the existence or non existence of God.

"God" is just a name for "All That Is", or the "Source". If you re-phrase the question by substituting "Higher Power", then many people, including myself, have ample proof of this from their own experience. And that experience is not transferable, except by a true mystic.

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Subject Views Written By Posted
Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways 123 Citizen Attorney 22-Feb-07 01:41
Re: Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways 109 Ghia 22-Feb-07 02:14
Here are the Five Ways 93 Citizen Attorney 22-Feb-07 02:52
Re: Here are the Five Ways 90 Raja 22-Feb-07 21:14
Re: Here are the Five Ways 83 Avatar 13-Jul-07 20:46
Re: Here are the Five Ways 89 Raja 13-Jul-07 22:16
Re: Here are the Five Ways 77 Joyeuse 05-Mar-08 08:23
Physics proof of God in one way :))))))) 87 Astikapati 22-Feb-07 03:39
Re: Physics proof of God in one way :))))))) 50 Ghia 22-Feb-07 14:55
Re: Physics proof of God in one way :))))))) 99 Farseeker 22-Feb-07 22:27
Is the Universe digital? I'm not buying that. 78 come on pilgrim 23-Feb-07 01:17
Re: Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways 102 David L 22-Feb-07 21:34
Re: Aquinas proof of God in Five Ways 89 Farseeker 22-Feb-07 22:23
All Things Desire 82 Raja 04-Mar-08 21:30


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