I had assumed the most brilliant minds in the world would have the corner on ultimate truth. So I studied all the philosophers and religious apologists I could find who had an opinion about God, prime mover, first cause, supreme being.
To my disillusionment, I realized even geniuses don’t agree. Their brilliance leads to conclusions, however assured, which are mutually exclusive.
There cannot be, simultaneously, one god, many gods, and no god at all. It doesn’t take a Mensan to understand that logic.