In his work Summa Theologicae Thomas Aquinas provides his five proofs for the existence of God

In his work Summa Theologicae Thomas Aquinas provides his five proofs for the existence of God. These five proofs are; the Argument from Motion, the Argument from Efficient Cause, the Argument from Necessary Being, the Argument from Gradation, And the Argument from Design (Saint Mary’s Press). The Argument from Motion in summary is describing Newton’s third law of physics “for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.”, but Aquinas adds that since there needs to be an action for a reaction to occur there needs to be something that acts first, but If nothing on earth is omnipotent to do so than something greater than man would have to do so. Thus, that higher power is God. His second argument, the argument from Efficient Cause is stating that since nothing can come from nothing than there has to be a first creator that can create all. His third argument, the Argument from Necessary Being