I view myself as a demigod? That is just absolutely absurd.
If anyone here is not understanding the premises of this argument it is you.
So I idolize myself as a Demigod, even though I have submitted myself to God fully.That makes a whole lot of sense.
As I said earlier in this thread,
the word omnipotent would not even be in an original Bible, due to the fact that this is a Latin word.
The Hebrew word Shaddai means "Almighty"
But this does not mean that the Almighty here, means the same as Omnipotent(by the definition we know) We are talking about something that goes beyond human definition. Btw, the logic theory about God that you present really can't be proven, yet you're acting as if you have solid evidence. You don't.
Before God created the Universe there was nothing. No logic (as we would understand it) So God governed his creation with this. Does that mean that God is incapable of bending logic? I say no.
I also said God wouldn't go against his nature,
this does not mean he is not Almighty., just means he is consistent.
If you want to advocate logic then maybe you should use it more yourself.
I offered you a stalemate on this debate. That was logical.
Your massive ego would not accept that, because to you this would be defeat.
If you really want to get technical, then the only one that has proved anything in this thread is I.
I proved beyond a reasonable doubt that you do not have any hardcore evidence that the Abrahmaic God does not exist. You took the issue of Ancient language barriers and used it to your andvantage.