What If: now, what does this mean in regards to your claim that you can "prove god" by logic?
humanity has been attempting the above since time began, and there is still no proof.
don't get me wrong, there is certainly something mysterious in regards to life, and to the universe as a whole, but to jump to the conclusion "there is a god" is unmitigated.
That is just an awful strawman, especially considering that in another thread I specifically said to you that nothing can prove God's existence.
I might agree that on some peculiar level of physics where the twilight zone seems near, there may be things that defy logic, in some way but how can you conclude they may defy logic, without using logic to argue it?
You see? You still use logic to argue and infer that logic doesn't apply. "This here leads to reality here, therefore logic doesn't apply here."
Really it might only be a small piece of logic that doesn't apply there, which would apply 99.999999% of the time, for all other things.
Think of this following statement;
"No statement can ever be absolutely true, period."
Can you see the problem? This is a paradox, because if no statements can be absolutely known to be true, then the statement itself also can't be true.
However, since I am generous with my movie quotes and you seem to be hunting for the perfect Spock quote that he himself would defy logic, you may want to commit this one to memory in your argument against me, from The Undiscovered Country;
"Even logic must give way to physics."
(See, how generous I am)