A class of first year theology students had been studying the various philosophical schools of thought on whether or not, through human reasoning, it is possible to prove the existence of God.
After wading through the weighty tomes of Anselm, Emmanuel Kant, Thomas Aquinas, and others, and still struggling to grasp the ontological and cosmological arguments, the students were not looking forward with pleasure to the upcoming final test. On the morning of the big exam, the professor announced to the class that it had been postponed for at least two weeks. Whereupon, one of the students breathed a big sigh of relief and exclaimed, “That proves it. There is a God!”
Implied in that student’s remark is…
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