The and ontology just reflects on the state

The issue that of whether or not there is an existence of a supreme being who created the universe and all that’s in it has been argued by many people for centuries. Many scholars take it into consideration. There’s nothing anyone can say or do that will contradict the evident fact that God exists. Taking into deliberation many philosophers points of view,  it is understood that their arguments are motivated by two diverse systems which include the epistemology and the ontology. Epistemology which is by google definition the theory of knowledge, especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope. Epistemology is the investigation of what distinguishes justified belief from opinion. Ontology which is by google definition a set of concepts and categories in a subject area or domain that shows their properties and the relations between them. Knowledge-based on epistemology and ontology just reflects on the state of nature in which human beings operates from. But that which you can’t see or touch something doesn’t mean it does not exist Until proven wrong David Hume is a philosopher who has never believed that God exists. He uses quite a few reasons to criticize the five arguments that Thomas Aquinas has used to prove that there is a person called god in the world. There is also another philosopher called Immanuel Kant who also in his own opinion does not recognize the existence of God and refutes the ontological argument provided by Aquinas 1. Taking into consideration Aquinas’ point of view, it is obvious that God exists. His argument about the existence of God was based on the teleological one, qualities of objects in the world, the ability to move the unmoved, the one that argues that nothing results from itself and the cosmological argument.For the Universe to exist, there must be an uncaused cause, God, or the Universe must be eternal. So either there’s no explanation for God, or there’s no explanation for the Universe. The Big Bang is not an explanation, it’s a description with no explanation for why it came to be. We then have to rely on chance and happenstance. God fits the picture better. Just as no one would ever believe a book had no author or a building had no engineer or architect to carefully plan, design and construct it in the same way no one can say the universe exists by chance. Therefore it’s obvious that the universe at one point in time had a designer (someone or something who carefully planned and designed the universe). It takes greater faith to believe that an invisible God exists than it does to just dismiss Him because you cannot actually prove that He is there. For those who deal in proof, there is evidence all around you and inside of you that God truly does exist.  Also, when we consider the big bang, the indications of the big bang theory are tremendous. In order to believe it, though, we are asked to accept certain suppositions that fall outside the laws of nature and physics. These likelihoods actually support the existence of a Creator of this universe. In a way that, the big bang theory and the scientific evidence indicate the universe itself had a beginning. Moreover, the big bang theory is based on the assumption that something (the entire universe) suddenly came into existence out of nothing. How is that possible? Additionally, the big bang theory also suggests that at the beginning all the matter and energy in the entire universe was compressed into an infinitesimally tiny point of almost infinite temperature and density. Where did the bacteria and cells come from? Further, another supposition—inflation—was introduced in order for the observable data to match the theory. The premise was that inflation occurred within the first trillionth of a second after the bang. This inflation caused the minuscule universe to increase in size to something perhaps approaching fifty percent of its current size! This idea defies all known laws of natural physics, but it does enable the theory to be consistent with the cosmos as we see it today. To sum everything up, based philosophies and