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Christological argument

The Christological argument for the existence of God is a relatively modern argument. It is an indirect argument based on the claims Jesus Christ. That is, if one accept's Jesus's claims are valid and Jesus claims God exists, one should accept God exists.

Modern evangelism often takes this approach. Potential converts are introduced to Jesus as a historical character and the merits of Jesus's teachings are discussed.

See: Arguments for the existence of God



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