'How do you know that a god is the source of logic?'
"He told us."
Pics or it didn't happen. And one question that breaks the circular argument, re. using the Bible to explain the Bible (which in itself makes such invalid):
If God is the source of all logic, then surely the one who created him possesses infinitely superior logic, do they not...? [/First Cause Argument*]
...oh, and something else that annihilates the circular logic of the Bible:
And the Bible - the 'irrefutable', 'perfect' Word of God - says that Pi = exactly 3. Yet, the ancient Greeks - as in BCE - were able to calculate the above with as near as dammit mathematical precision; and as an encore, even proved that the Earth was spherical, before even the Bible (with it's BS 'Firmament' above a flat Earth).
I notice God has never been able to build a wheel, on the basis of his own mathematical logic, has he...?
The philosophical question 'Did God create Man, or did Man create God?'. Now, by definition - and logic - 'philosophical' questions aren't supposed to have answers, are they? Otherwise, they wouldn't be philosophical in the first place.
'God is the source of logic', my left bollock. And even that is more circular than what his own 'logical' Bible claims.
I think so much, it scares me, sometimes. Seems that it's not just God that's dead eh, Friedrich Nietzsche...?! [/smartarse]
'When Alexander saw the breadth of his domain, he wept for there were no more worlds to conquer.'
Oh, what's an Argument Annihilator to do...?! [/drama]
*- The ancient Mayans were the first to invent & use '0' or Zero in their numerical system; also the ancient Chinese invented Negative Numbers. Ergo, there was a Zero Cause, and a Minus First Cause, a Minus Second Cause etc, all the way back to infinity, thus there were Previous Causes - Gods - who are infinitely superior to the Abrahamic God, therefore he - the First Cause - is an inferior being, and not even worthy of acknowledgement, never mind having belief or 'faith' in such. Q.E. and D., bitches.
Like I say, I scare myself, sometimes...!