In the context of recent attempts to shore up atheism with philosophical and scientific arguments the construction of rational proofs for the existence of God is receiving renewed attention. Over against the assertion of some scientists that religious belief is both unscientific and irrational, philosophers and theologians argue that the study of nature itself offers a great deal of evidence for the existence of a Creator. They are supported by numerous reputable scientists, the authors of book titles like The Language of God or The Mind of God and many others. it is noteworthy that Google has over two million entries under the term 'proofs of god.' Its extremely long Wikipedia article ranges widely and includes Christian and Hindu proofs of the existence of God as well as traditional and contemporary arguments against it.
Klostermaier, Klaus K.
"Vidyaranya Swami's "pañca viveka" and Thomas Aquinas' "quinque viae" in the Light of Today's Science,"
Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies:
Vol. 23, Article 9.
Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.7825/2164-6279.1461