As you've just stated, not everyone agrees with the ways of your mythic deity. You'll also claim your deity created everything, and that man was "designed".<quoted text>I have no problem with God using the bible to make His point on a whole array of matters. The written word is the mode of communication God chose, that God business. Some might not approve of God's ways and means, but God not have to get everybody approval. If one don't like it, take it up with God.
So lets explore that.
Man utilizes logic, and it works very well in all aspects of human thought and action. Using logic, being successful in doing so, and by your belief that man was "designed" by your deity, implies that humans were meant to use logic, no?
So, the deity creates logic. The deity creates man. The deity inspires texts to teach man about the deity, by and through logic. That is a logical error.
Would a deity create logic for man to learn about it when the deity is beyond logic? It is illogical for a deity to create logic to teach humans about the deity. A being which is said can not be understood through logic. The idea that the deity is illogical, yet perfect, would mean the deity would have never provided texts for men to learn about him or his acts.
Why would a deity that is beyond logic, supply instructional texts by which to understand it when it is unable to be understood by humans that are bound by logical conclusions because they are "designed" to utilize logic , when it(the deity) is beyond logic?
It would be illogical for the deity to do so.
The deity, if it existed, would know that humans would be bound by logic, and have to apply logic in any understanding that a human could glean from the instructional texts.
This implies that these religious texts have earthly origins and not that of the "divine".
That leads to the logical conclusion there is no deity.