Isaian Logic

In the vein of Isaiah 40-48:

God is unique and incomparable; he cannot be likened to another.
Idols liken a god to something.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God has no origin.
Idols have an origin.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God alone is God.
You can make many idols; there are plenty of them.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God doesn’t get hungry.
Those who make idols get hungry.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God hides himself.
Idols are visible.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

There is no Rock or Foundation like God.
Idols are made out of rocks and wood.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God gives breath and life to all.
Idols are “empty wind.”
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God alone declares the past and the future.
Idols and the gods they represent don’t know the future.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God was there when he created everything.
Idols and the gods they represent were not.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God’s understanding is unsearchable, he never learned from another, and he never consulted another.
Idols are literally stupid.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God’s word accomplishes all that it intends, and he speaks to his people.
Idols literally can’t talk.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God carries his people from birth to death.
Idols are literally a burden on the beasts that carry them.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.

God is God over all.
Idols are literally stuck in one location.
Therefore you shouldn’t make an idol to represent him.