This is another one that has nothing to do with the assignment since the assignment would require way more reading than I could fit here.
Same rules as always - no scripture, must be universal, etc etc
Aquinas says that faith may be supported with reason (facts) but that having facts takes faith out of the question. IOW - you trust your kid, they say they didn't break something, you have faith they didn't. Your kid says they didn't break something and you saw the cat break it, you don't have faith the kid didn't do it, you know.
So with that in mind, if there was ever a shred of evidence of ANY type of supreme being (not specifically the Abrahamic one, but any), would that evidence thereby negate all faith because faith is the absence of fact?
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