It is illogical for a non-theist to judge an Almighty God's works/deeds
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It is illogical because logically, Any person that judges or determines anything must do so from a criteria. That criteria must be proven. . . . . . . . Justified. . . . . . . . . Beyond the shadow of a doubt. . . . Sufficient and correct. The standard upon that which is used to decide things with, Conclude, Measure and declare things with must be definitive in reason.
Moreover being that this criteria is quite truthfully and logically insubstantial, It could never be up to par to make the topic statement false.
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