Lonergan’s proof may be stated as follows:

If all reality is completely intelligible, then God exists.
But all reality is completely intelligible.
Therefore, God exists.

We will first prove the minor premise—“all reality is completely intelligible” (Section I)—and then prove to the major premise—“if all reality is completely intelligible, then God
exists” (Sections II-V).

Reality is Intelligible

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