Do you think it makes sense or is it a “false” way of arguing? Do you find it convincing? Why or why not? Do you think someone else (a non-believing friend for example) may find it convincing?

Session 3 DiscussionSession 3 DiscussionClick on the Session 3 Discussion link and create a new thread to respond to the discussion prompt. After posting your initial response, please comment on classmates’ responses. Respond by making constructive responses or by raising other questions that will promote further discussion and learning by all of us.It is best practice to post early and continually participate throughout the session. You will be graded not only for your posting, but your participation in this discussion. Your initial post is due by Wednesday at 11:59 P.M. (MT) of the session in which the discussion is assigned. A minimum of two (2) additional response posts are due by Sunday at 11:59 P.M. (MT). These are minimum requirements. Be sure to follow any additional guidelines posted by the instructor.Review the rubric available in Due Dates and Grades for specific grading criteria.Discussion Prompt: God’s Existence: Ontological ArgumentSee pages 279-281 in Miller and respond to this question: How do you respond to the Ontological Argument presented in the text? Were you able to understand the main point of the argument? Briefly restate, in your own words, what the argument claims. Do you think it makes sense or is it a “false” way of arguing? Do you find it convincing? Why or why not? Do you think someone else (a non-believing friend for example) may find it convincing?What argument for God’s existence do you find most convincing? Why?