Right. Something being illogical makes it illogical. Try this:<quoted text>
No, I'm pointing out the obvious flaw in your statement. Just because you don't understand something doesn't make it illogical.
Also, no, you try to prove that God doesn't exist.
1. God knows the future.
2. We make free choices.
3. ERROR: Therefore God does/does not know the future???
If you accept 1 and 2, you are left with a problem at 3. It isn't a matter of me not understanding it. It is a matter of the idea being logically flawed.
I am being as rational and neutral about it as possible. But a fact is a fact.
Regarding proof of God, the onus of proof always rests with the person making the positive claim. That is why we do not have trials to prove our innocence. We have trials to prove our guilt.
Do you understand these basic ideas?