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The Existence of God
There is reasonable evidence supporting the existence of God.
Revelation through faithful practices and religious experiences support the existence of God.
Philosophical arguments support the existence of God.
definition of God is contradictory or incoherent, and thus God cannot in principle exist.
Empirical evidence indicates the non-existence of God.
'God' is the product of the human imagination or the human brain.
Any appeal to God as an explanation for some observation that lacks a scientific explanation is God-of-the-gaps reasoning. Therefore, no such observation can, in principle, support the existence of God as it is always more reasonable to assume we don't understand something yet
There are multiple and sometimes contradicting versions of God between different religions, and even within religions people sometimes do not agree on a single definition.
Does God Allow Evil: Is the Existence of God Compatible with the Existence of Evil?
Can God's existence be understood by rationality?
Should God Have Tested Job?