In the ancient world, people believed in GOD or “the GODs” naturally, without any logical proof. The very fact that this belief appeared in all ancient cultures without exception testifies to its intuitiveness. It was only at a later stage, around the sixth century BCE, that philosophers began to appear in Greece, China, and India questioning the evidence of GOD.
They formulated logical and intellectual arguments about the existence of GOD. This question became one of the most central and debated philosophical issues of all time during this era. These philosophers assumed that no link existed between the prophecy and the inspiration of the divine.
This assumption created a division between man and GOD. Infinite philosophical literature has been written about the evidence of the existence of GOD. The resulting body of thought produced by Byzantine complexity is beyond the scope of this book. Instead, this book presents an overview of the main arguments in favor of GOD’s existence.
The concept of GOD and religion is intuitive to humans. This is proven by the fact that every continent and ancient culture had a form of religion in which they worshipped their GOD or GODs.
However, as man started to rely on intellect instead of intuition, the questioning of GOD began. The men of intellect, the philosophers, tried to show that there was no divine or link to the divine. However, there are links, and there is proof if one looks for it. I looked for it, and in this book, I’m sharing my intellectual proof that GOD exists.