Do you think that this task is possible? Is there merit in the use of different styles of the “proof” based arguments, or is it the case that one style of argument alone (such as the cosmological argument) is sufficient to prove the existence of a god? If so, is evidence necessary to prove a god exists? What could count as evidence in a religious argument? Do you think the task is impossible? Is there any way to prove that a god exists? Is the effort simply bankrupt (and if so, why)? Is the existence of a god something that is merely a matter of faith? If a god does exist, would it have a type of existence that is simply too different than our own, and, therefore be inconceivable? Please use arguments from Tolstoy and Camus to support answers to the questions
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