Every argument for God and every attribute ascribed to Him rests on a false
metaphysical premise. None can survive for a moment on a correct metaphysics.
For instance, God is infinite. Nothing can be infinite, according to the Law of
Identity. Everything is what it is, and nothing else. It is limited in its
qualities and in its quantity: it is this much, and no more. “Infinite” as
applied to quantity does not mean “very large”: it means “larger than any
specific quantity.” That means: no specific quantity—i.e., a quantity without
identity. This is prohibited by the Law of Identity.
Is God the creator of the universe? There can be no creation of something out
of nothing. There is no nothing.
Is God omnipotent? Can he do anything? Entities can act only in accordance
with their natures; nothing can make them violate their natures . . .
“God” as traditionally defined is a systematic contradiction of every valid
metaphysical principle. The point is wider than just the Judeo-Christian
concept of God. No argument will get you from this world to a supernatural
world. No reason will lead you to a world contradicting this one. No method of
inference will enable you to leap from existence to a “super-existence.”