Fnord wrote:

The plural of "speculation" is not "evidence", and belief proves nothing.

The OP begs the question, "Does God Exist?", and does not identify who or what "It" is in the first sentence.

How would it be possible to truthfully prove all? If we literally had to have proof of everything wouldn't we end up proving forever. Would we not have to have a starting point to prove from? Even math and science has to have axioms to start from am I correct?

axiom: a statement or proposition which is regarded as being established, accepted, or self-evidently true:

proposition: 1a statement or assertion that expresses a judgment or opinion: the proposition that all men are created equal

• Logic a statement that expresses a concept that can be true or false.

• Mathematics a formal statement of a theorem or problem, typically including the demonstration.

I chose to accept God in this case as existing without proof. I considered God to be axiom in this case to derive from.

Fnord, you have axioms to your beliefs as well and you choose to accept them without proof. Can you use logic and rationality to prove the core tenets of logic and rationality is true? You accept them as axioms. Those who do believe in God believe in their axioms as well.