Who posed the question: "Why is there something rather than nothing?"
If God is a perfect being and it's more perfect to exist than not to exist, then God must exist. Who made this argument?
"God does not exist. He is 'being' itself, beyond essence and existence. Therefore to argue that God exists is to deny him." Who said that?
One German philosopher is famous for saying that “God is dead” and that humanity has killed him. Who was he?
Which philosopher gave us the Projection Theory, suggesting that the idea of a god was nothing more than a projection or picture of the things humans want most?
Which ancient Greek thinker gave us the theory of God as the 'Unmoved mover'?
“The idea of God, as meaning an infinitely intelligent, wise, and good Being, arises from reflecting on the operations of our own mind…” Who said this?
Which 12th century Islamic writer said that studying philosophy was the only real way to understand nature and to prove God's existence?
"In the absence of any other proof, the thumb alone would convince me of God's existence." Who said this?
Which philosopher thought that it was impossible to believe in God without also doubting that God exists?