#3: The Bible admits there are certain things God cannot do, such as tell a lie (Hebrews 6:18) or other things contrary to His nature. John’s gospel starts, “In the beginning was the Word,” which in Greek uses the word “Logos,” which we derive our word “logic” from. Therefore, logic is part of God’s nature, which He cannot deny. Similarly, God couldn’t make a square circle, a married bachelor, or a being more powerful than Himself. Demonstrating linguistic paradoxes does nothing more than prove that we can make silly statements. They are not a proof against God’s existence.