advancing as well as the existence of God. Shortly after St. Augustine and his view on the “Problem of Evil” and his solution, which first introduced us to God and religion. Two other men came out with their reasons for the existence and essence in God and the world. These two men were Anselm and Thomas Aquinas. The focus of this paper will look at Anselm versus Aquinas proofs for God’s existence. I will mention here that Anselm believed in an ontological argument while Aquinas believed in a cosmological
argument of God’s existence is based on two significant principles of his philosophy: the principle of vivid and definite perceptions, and of inborn notion theory. Descartes compares ontological dispute to a geometric protest. He argues that the existence cannot be left out from God's awareness anymore, and also because its angles are equivalent to two right angles, or one hundred and eighty degrees. Gods’ presence is avowed to be clear and evident as a basic mathematics truth.