Proof of God’s Existence from Philosophy

Can philosophy really prove the existence of God. Plato and Aristotle believed it could – and did. So did St. Thomas Aquinas. Using logic and reasoning, we can prove there had to be at least one unrestricted, Uncaused Cause – the cause of all reality (we later show why there can only be one uncaused cause). What does it mean to be “unrestricted”? Who created God anyway? It is all here. Watch as Richard Dawkins trips over his own statement and proves God is the MOST likely cause of the universe (guess he never studied philosophy). Learn about the 5 Transcendental desires that point us to God. In the end, we still need faith. We compare the Bible and Science. How about evolution – can Catholics believe in evolution?

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CC Little Book, Vol. 1

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CC Big Book, Vol. 1

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