There have been many arguments that are offered in support of the proposition that God exists. So far, it seems that none of them have been compelling. Do you think that any possible argument offered as establishing a conclusion like 'God exists', could be compelling. That is, could there exist an argument such that it's conclusion is 'God exists' and the argument is compelling? If no such argument could possibly be compelling, can we not just infer that no argument offered as establishing the existence of God is compelling? Or, do you think one (an argument) exists that may be compelling when learned by us?