Argument from Desire

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info.gif Argument from Desire: An argument for the existence of God that claims that "there exists in us a desire which nothing in time, nothing on earth, no creature can satisfy" and since this desire is innate and natural, there must exist something that can satisfy this desire, namely God.

Kreeft, P., and Tacelli, R. K. (1994) Handbook of Christian Apologetics. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.