Of Kierkegaard's Argument For The Existence Of God

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Kierkegaard believes that the existence of God could not be proven by reasons.
However, he did not think that it was rational to believe in God, but to have faith in God. In Kierkegaard reading I disagree in his perspective because I believe that a person should have faith to believe in God and his existence. I also disagree in how he believes in faith of God, but not in God itself. Even thought, he said God’s existence can’t be proven, yet he still said “God’s existence I mean that I propose to prove that the unknown, which exist is God” (page 421). He is believing in the existence of God, but just like he can’t prove it he decided to name it the unknown, but my question to him would be “why to make him unknown and not real?”.
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