So before mankind existed, a rock could both exist and not exist at the same time in the same place and in the same sense...?<quoted text>Your wrong, the universe is NOT subject to any laws of logic, the universe merely exists. The rules of logic are properties of mankind, devised from common sense and experience of nature. Logic tells me that if I stick my hand in fire I will get burned. The fact that people contradict each other has no bearing on the absoluteness of logic. It merely reflects the failure of many to grasp the rules and play by them.
Logic dictates that either A is or it isn't, it can't be both. Either something is or it isn't. What methodology do you use to determine if something either is or it isn't? It appears to me that your logic consists of making shit up and then proclaiming it to be true. Either your god exists or it doesn't. The question is how to determine if this thing is real or not.
Here, chew on this. If god exists outside the boundaries of logic, then you are saying God can exist and not exist at the same time. Now there are three possibilities.
1.) God exists
2.) God doesn't exist
3.) God both exists and not exists.
NOTICE two out of three say God does not exist!!!!!!
As that rock was probably also the same rock that decided that life was required, you may have an interesting theorem going on there... ;-)
As to your 3 questions.
The number of options does not indicate truth, the truth out of the options indicates truth.