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The Existence of God
The existence of God is all around us. Love and faith are much like God. We don 't have to see love or faith for it to be real, but we feel it in our hearts and souls. Unfortunately, this has become a disturbing time here on earth for what Christianity is about. It 's as if we don 't want to believe he ever existed in the first place. Critical rationalism through history, credibility of fideism, and The Holy Bible will continue to insure faith and impact his existence to all. So many of us want to rid all evidence, but why? In my essay, I will prove the existence of God. The truths, faith, and strong convictions of my Lord and personal savior, Jesus Christ are alive and well. God is real. If critical thinking has taught us anything, it is we must strive for self improvement. History has taught us that we must provide a doorway for accessing philosophical ideas and debates. Trial and error was one of the first justifiable claims in critical rationalism in the history of philosophy. Christians have long since been critical rationalists in science and history.
God is not a topic of hearsay and mythological creatures, but one historical savior of our sins. We all have a God. Whether we choose to pray or believe, our God is there. "There is a door by which all humans pass
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Without faith, we would not believe in ourselves, let a long anything else. Some have asked me what came first God or faith? God created me and I have faith in God, so both. Fideism is a a reliance of faith rather than reason in matters of religion and philosophy. As I stated previously, history has shown us how to be critical thinkers and rationalists, and go from there. If we let go of anecdotal and hearsay evidence, what is left, faith and evidence. We must take a position and in our beliefs and forget the misconceptions. History and faith all lead to one crucial historical support, The Holy

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