"You can't apply logic to god"
Ah, those fateful words, one of the final fallbacks of the theist argument (in my experience, at least, which, I admit is mostly against relative intellectual lightweights). It seems so easy, so irrefutable; to refute it, you would have to use logic, which doesn't apply here (let's disregard the circularity of that argument). All rational, logical thought is for naught if a theist simply utters these words.
But, at the same time, excluding logic from the domain of God opens up a can of worms the size of God (infinite, in other words).
What if God doesn't exist, but is just pretending? What if God sent down his Holy Word in the form of the Bible (which is the absolute literal truth) but is going to send all of the Christians to Hell (which would make the Bible a lie, but you can't apply logic to God!)? What if all religions ARE true, and God is just playing a joke? How can we say anything about morality? How can we make ANY claim based on this God; after all, couldn't it be true and not true at the same time?
By playing this card, theists reduce their God to an incoherent nothing (not that it wasn't before) about which nothing can be said except
And that is a very sad thing indeed.
If I am wrong on any point (including, but not limited to, spelling, grammar, and the question of God's existence), please correct me as quickly as possible.