Classical Thiesm refers to the three primary religions of the historical world community, primarily Christianity,

The Singular God of Classical Thiesm.

Judaism and Islam. These three religions are similar in that they teach of a singular all-powerful God as the root of all things that exist, ranging from time to the ground we live on.

The Cosmological Argument and Aquinas's Ways support the theory of a singular God as seen in Classical Thiesm, and it is induced that the Uncaused Causer and Unmoved Mover is the very God of these religions (In Aquinas's views). It is possible that this being is not a God, but simply an all-powerful creator and entity however.

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Aquinas' Five Ways