Levels of Proofs.

 

(a) possibly true;
(b) known to be possibly true;
(c) more reasonable or plausible than their denials;
(d) known to be more reasonable or plausible than their denials;
(e) reasonable or plausible
(f) known to be reasonable or plausible;
(g) true;
(h) known to be true;
(i) necessarily true; or
(j) known to be necessarily true

 

Source: Davis, Stephen T. “What Is a Theistic Proof?” God, Reason, and Theistic Proofs. Grand Rapids, MI: W.B. Eerdmans, 1997. 4. Print.

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