Understanding “The Proofs of God” from St.Thomas Aquinas (Part 1)

Are we merely biological and chemical processes acting at random in a vast void, or are there forces at work, (a Creator or a God) that create and guide life? These are questions that have guided us throughout human history, no matter our influences and beliefs. St. Thomas Aquinas, a thirteenth-century Italian Dominican Friar, who would become the patron saint of students, penned his rationale for the existence of God in his book Summa Theologica where he details the five arguments regarding the existence and quantification of a higher order. 

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