Seems like a rational question
I know many on this site consider the concept of an eternal being (God) to be unworthy of pursuing.
My questions, however, are, I think, completely logical, and are as follows:
Do we want to know truth, or just what suits our pre-conceived ideas? Whether theist or atheist, I would hope we would want truth above all. Next question...
Do any of us know everything there is to know? Do we we know 90% of everything there is to know? How about 1/2, 50%?
Let's be kind and say that the most intelligent among us is able to have a firm grasp on 50% of all there is to know. Is it illogical/irrational to consider the possibility that in the 50% percent of things the most intelligent among us doesn't know about, there could be such an eternal being as the one many in this world call "God"? Is it not possible?
If in centuries past, we have discovered things that previously seemed ideologically impossible, is what many on this site deem rationally and ideologically impossible (the existence of a God who defies our logic), possible? Just maybe? And if it is possible, and I say that I want truth to the highest degree to which I can know it, wouldn't intellectual honesty force me to search for it, rather than just dismissing it as "impossible" & "irrational"?