How to prove the existence of God strictly logically?
First let’s make clear what God is and what kind of God this writing is about. God is omnipotent and omniscient, someone or something that stays above everything. That’s all. This writing is not about the God of Christianity or other religion, just generally the omnipotent and omniscient God. Obviously there is only one God like that. For example, with lowercase “god” is not omnipotent and omniscient and there can be more ones. Even the man can be called god.
This proving is not only any theoretical thinking. This proving proves that this omnipotent and omniscient God necessarily exists in this world and in all the possible worlds.
I wrote this writing following some materialist logic, which has several reasons but now I don’t explain why I did so. This writing is going to be a little provocative and funny on purpose.
Let’s see the proving. Let’s make clear one important thing: there is no random. There is nothing that could happen by chance. If someone doesn’t understand this, they understand almost nothing from this world. If someone wants to defend the existence of random and refers to statistics, the limits of our knowledge and similar things we can be sure they don’t understand that there is no random and it has no sense to speak to them about this topic. The situation is especially grave if they say that the science has already proved there is random. A person like this cannot have thought much about this topic (but they have learnt much about it at school.)
This is the end of the proving. The things below are only supplements.
As there is no random, there is a reasonable connection between all things that exist. All the things that exist in the world (from the particles to the galaxies) are reasonable and they are in a non random connection with each other. Of, course, the reasonability of these connections cannot always be understood by us or by anyone who isn’t God (at any rate in short time). But this doesn’t mean that these connections aren’t reasonable. As there is no random and everything in the world is reasonable, it is logical that God exists.
Is God a person? However it is not the topic of this writing, I also write about this because it can give some help to understand this.
Implicitly and logically an omnipotent and omniscient God is a person too. But what does it mean that somebody is a person? Not only a human can be a person but, for example, a dog too. But somebody can think even an ant is a person because it is very cute and intelligent. So the concept of a person is not yes/no type but it is “quantitative”. The more complex a thing is “organically and actively” (I cannot write it better) the rather it is a person. Apart from God we humans are the most person-like beings. God is much rather a person than we people. God is the perfect and total person as He is the most complex too.
It follows that in the world the most similar to God is the human. It doesn’t mean that a dog or an ant wouldn’t be similar to God, of course, they are also similar but not as much as the human. (Of course on other planets there can be more “person-like” beings than humans who we don’t know yet.)
The consequence of all this is also that everything that can be found in the world is the part of God. “In him we live, and move, and have our being” – as an ancient wise says and one of the Bible’s author accepts it too.
In the end: anything that we think random, chaotic or senseless is in fact rational and logical – as there is no random. There is neither global nor local random. Those who call anything random (except for its everyday meaning) they do not understand much about the world and about the omnipotent and omniscient God (however they must have “learnt” a lot about these at school).
Obviously God is also above the time as He is above the material and everything. As we live within time, it is also logical that anything that we think random or senseless (foolishly) can later clear up (for us) that it is rational and logical.
As I’ve written above: this writing is not about what God is like. That would be a different topic.