The concept and belief in God or gods is central to the great majority of the world's religions. The two key questions philosophy of religion seek to addressed are whether it is reasonable to believe in God, and if so, what kind of God should be believed in. Thomas Aquinas was a medieval and influential theologian, a philosopher of the scholastic period of the 13th century. His immersed contributions to harmonize the truth of philosophy with the doctrine of faith cannot be over emphasized. His outstanding proofs of God's existence as a perfect, living reality, eternal whom we come to know consciously and unconsciously in our daily experience such as prayers, songs , proverbs, and lessons affirms that God exist.
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