It has been proposed by theists in their last throes to prove that their god in question exists that said god is not bounded by logic or reason.
If this is true, does this not also open up the possibility of other things being outside of logic and reason? And how exactly is it that theists arrive at the conclusion that their particular god--or indeed anything at all--can exist outside of our comprehension as humans.
I propose we take this line of thought further. Seeing as there is no objective scientific proof of the existence of any particular god, the claims that any gods exist are built upon equal ground. Theists cling to an abstract, intuitive faith they have which they claim gives them direct inside knowledge that their god/gods exist. The other big validation is of course holy books. But let us focus on the rather vague and mysterious realm of intuitive faith and the idea that god/gods are not able to be understood by anything a human could use to understand them, i.e. logic and reason.
Apart from the problem of having no way to know or be sure that more than one being operates outside of logic and reason--Jesus, Krishna, and Thor could all possibly exist and all also be outside our understanding--another problem exists using this grasping at straws to try and show that a particular god exists. This is that why should one stop at god/gods that exist outside of our universe and outside of our understanding?
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The above sentence proves, absolutely and perfectly, that the Christian god does not exist. How exactly it does this however is beyond any human comprehension or understanding, as it operates outside of logic and reason. I am sure about the existence and ultimate conclusion of this proof because of an indescribable, abstract, intuitive feeling I get after reading this specific combination of seemingly random numbers and letters.
Trying to understand the details of this perfect disproof of the Christian god, or trying to unlock any cryptology contained in it, would only prove to be futile. It would be like an amoeba trying to understand or comprehend calculus.
Just a thought experiment I wanted to flesh out a bit. Hope you are happy now LP!