The miracles argument asserts that the occurrence of miracles in the world is evidence of God’s existence.
The consciousness argument asserts that the existence of consciousness in the world cannot be explained by naturalism alone.
The Ontological Argument posits that if God as the greatest possible being, then God must exist in reality.
The teleological argument seeks to prove the existence of God based on the observation of the natural world’s order and design.
The cosmological argument seeks to prove the existence of God through the observation of the universe’s origins.
The Five Ways of Aquinas are five philosophical arguments for the existence of God that were put forth by St. Thomas Aquinas.