A counter-paradoxical response to the "Paradox of the Stone."
There have been many variants of the omnipotence paradox proposed over the past eight hundred years. At the center of these paradoxical questions is the"Stone Paradox" which asks the simple question: "Can god create a stone so heavy that he cannot lift it?" Although numerous philosophers, theologians and scholars have offered greater clarity to what omnipotence represents, they have never attempted to directly answer the question.
The "Circular God Counter-paradox" is specifically designed to use the same form of paradoxical logic that the "Stone Paradox" question uses to destroy omnipotence, but turns it around and to defeat the question. The conclusion reached is that a paradox cannot prove or disprove the existence of anything at all.