Theist: We should follow the Bible, and the Bible says that there is a God. Atheist: Why should we follow the Bible? Theist: Because the Bible says we should. Atheist: That’s circular reasoning. But then the Atheist says: We shouldn’t believe in God. Here’s logic to show he doesn't exist. Me: Why should we follow logic? Atheist: We’ve come to the conclusion that logic, and not the Bible, is right by using logic. Me: Is this not also circular reasoning? Someone please tell me why I’m wrong.
Also, if I just disproved the validity of logic but used logic to disprove it, does that mean my argument is no longer valid because it’s based on logic, which is no longer valid. But if my claim is no longer valid that disproved logic, does that mean that logic is ok now. But then, that would mean that my argument is still ok, which means that… I think you get the idea. Someone please tell me why I’m wrong before my head explodes.