- Cosmological Argument: The universe had a beginning and something or someone had to cause it.
- Teleological Argument: The universe and living beings show signs of design and purpose, suggesting a designer.
- Moral Argument: Universal moral values and ethics suggest the existence of a universal lawgiver.
- Complexity Argument: The complexity of life and the universe suggests the existence of an intelligent creator.
- Fine-Tuning Argument: The precise physical constants and conditions necessary for life suggest a creator who fine-tuned them.
- Historical Evidence: The accounts of a divine creator in many cultures and religions add credibility to the argument.
- Personal Experience: Many individuals claim to have had personal experiences that confirm the existence of a divine creator.
- Objections to Naturalism: The limitations of naturalistic explanations for the origin of life and the universe support the idea of a creator.
- Unity of Reality: The integration of all aspects of reality points to a single, unifying consciousness, possibly a divine creator.