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G D His Existence And His Nature -Rev. R. Garigou-Lagrange, O.P.

 

Concerning the knowledge of the existence of God that can be acquired by human reason we shall consider: 1) What the Catholic Church teaches on this point; 2) That the ontological and transcendental values of our primary ideas establish the possibility of proving this existence; 3) The principal proofs for the existence of God.

 








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