This is one of the most nonsensical arguments I've ever heard. Even weaker than the normal God of the gaps, this variation is simply astonishingly stupid. Both of your 'laws' are flimsy guidelines at best, certainly not unbreakable laws.
For instance, the law of non-contradiction states that something can't be true and false at the same time.
Or that a bird cannot be anything other than a bird.
Birds are animals. Some birds are herbivores. Some birds are carnivores. Some birds are companions. Some birds are pets. Some birds are beasts of burden. Some birds are extinct.
While a pet
bird is still a bird
, your claim that a bird cannot be anything other than
a bird is rendered false. It is also
a pet. See how easily your 'laws' are broken?
Some birds are dead, their bodies decayed to dust. Is that still a bird?
How about when I eat a bird and it becomes me
? Is it still a bird?
Your 'law' is just nonsense. Easily broken and brushed aside like all other theist arguments.
So, if it's fair to say that a person's thoughts reflect his mind, is it not fair to conclude that a Perfectly rational, logical mind created these absolutes, and it is not further logical to conclude that this Mind could be called God?
The examples you gave are simply man made philosophical brain farts that are easily rendered pointless. No indication whatsoever that they were not created by man.
Now then, let's say you had chosen observable natural laws that truly are not man made, like gravity for example. Even then, there is no reason to believe that gravity is the creation of a mind. If gravity worked simply because God wanted it to, then we wouldn't be able to understand how it worked. If the sky was blue simply because God liked the color, then why would he bother going through the effort of creating a system that separates light rays of different colors? Wouldn't it be more likely, if God were behind the laws of nature, that we would not be able to understand how or why ANYTHING worked on a fundamental level?
Even if we were unable to explain anything despite our best efforts, could not find logical causes or systems or processes to explain lightning, plate tectonics, gravity, heart attacks, etc., even if rocks fell up and sometimes the sky fell down, that would not prove that an intelligent being was behind it. And even if you made that leap of logic, you would still be hard-pressed to prove which being that was.
I think you could assume however that the Christian God wasn't behind it as we live in a world that very clearly does not work the way the bible says it does. Christians can not drink poison or move mountains for example, despite the claims of the bible. Therefore clearly their God is not the maker of our natural laws.
There is no collelation between observable natural law
...and what? That's half a sentence.