Some people are of the opinion that there's no proof for the existence of G-d, but only logical arguments/evidence that point to it. Do you see this as merely semantic problems or are there other issues involved? If there is proof for G-d's existence, why don't all people believe in it (I understand proof as "hard" fact which we can produce and point out in the sensible world)? And if there is proof for it, what role does faith/emunah have to play? On the other hand, if there are logical arguments that point to it, why aren't all logicians (or those who can think logically) unanimous in accepting them? Is this merely due to moral problems (of the logicians) or are there real flaws inherent in such arguments that make them not accepted universally?
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