Because there’s such a thing as what is good,
there’s such a thing as God, for good could not
exist without transcendent base: it would
be just an unsubstantiated thought.
This moral argument for God’s existence
is old and some have said that it is flawed,
but though the argument has met resistance,
it still makes its convincing case for God,
for if a good exists that’s absolute
and not a matter of a person’s whim,
or relative to time and place at root,
it has to come from somewhere – only Him.
What’s good is based on God, and this we know
as getting from God to good we add an “o”.
Mario A. Pita