After all, GOD, by conventional definition, is beyond space and time without a tangible figure or form that can be perceived (unless GOD chooses to reveal one). Empirical experience could prove the existence of GOD, if we could find evidence in some form, but it can never disprove the existence of GOD because that would require proving a negative.
“There Is No Adequate Evidence of the Existence of GOD”.
As for the epistemological claim, there have been several attempts in the past to argue that the concept of GOD is not logically possible because it contains an internal contradiction. One of the most famous attempts to logically refute the existence of GOD comes from the philosopher John Mackie. Mackie pointed to the problem of evil, and used it to argue that the existence of an almighty, good, and benevolent GOD cannot be reconciled with the reality of evil in the world.
However, Mackie’s claims have been refuted many times, especially by philosophers Nelson Pike and Alvin Plantinga. These philosophers claimed that even a good and benevolent GOD may allow the existence of evil for some justifiable purpose, so Mackie’s stance fails to logically contradict the existence of GOD. Other attempts to find a logical problem with GOD’s characteristics, such as with the concept of omnipotence or perfection (for example, “Can GOD create a stone he cannot lift?”), are also easily refuted. There is therefore no reason to claim that logic proves the non-existence of GOD.