Logical Fallacies and Slippery Concepts
1. Next to infinity, I am next to nothing.
2. Thus, infinity and nothing are identical.
3. So, if God is infinite, God is also nothing.
4. But if God is infinite, God is something.
5. Can God be something and nothing?
6. If God is everything, then God can be something and nothing,
7. because something and nothing are included in everything.
8. However, if God is separate from Nature, God cannot be everything.
9. If God is not everything, God is not infinite.
10. If not infinite, God must be finite.
11. But God cannot be finite.
12. Thus, God cannot exist.
13. Therefore, God is nothing.
14. However, infinity and nothing are identical. (line 2)
15. Thus, God is also infinite.
16. God is something, finite, infinite, nothing, and everything.
17. God is both a contradiction and a paradox.
18. If God is a contradiction, God cannot exist.
19. If God is a paradox, God can exist.
20. Therefore, God both exists and does not exist.
21. God is hard to pin down.
22. God cannot be proven to exist.
23. God cannot be proven to not exist.
24. Logic doesn’t help.
25. Thus, logic must be abandoned.
26. Without logic, I am left with only faith.
27. If I reject faith, I have nothing.
28. Having nothing is a bad feeling.
29. Without logic or faith, I have only bad feelings.
30. If I choose faith, I have something in addition to bad feelings.
31. Something is better than nothing,
32. unless that something brings worse feelings than nothing.
33. But what are the odds of that?
34. Those odds are incalculable.
35. Better to take a chance on something rather than nothing.
36. Faith is something.
37. I choose faith.
38. Faith is better than nothing,
39. unless I’m fooling myself.
40. Doubt revives those bad feelings.
41. Faith provides better feelings.
42. Again I choose faith.