Someone asked me about this, so I will post it here also.
The ontological argument for the existence of god is that if it is possible for god to exist in one possible world, then he exists in all of them, and therefore god exists in the world. If it actually is possible for god to exist, then this argument is logically solid. It would have to be proven that it is possible though. I would ask... why would a perfect being create the universe? A literally perfect being would want for nothing and have no motivation to do anything. Maybe god and the universe have nothing to do with each other. Maybe the universe was created by a god who is not perfect. Is any religion right about what god is like? Does god even care about what we believe? So even if I knew a god existed, that would not do me much good by itself.
Is this about right, CJ?