I found a statement as follows,
The existence of universe is the proof of the existence of god.
and I think it is a logical fallacy because it seems to me that the statement is not trivial. For the sake of comparison, I can rewrite it as follows even though it is still logically false.
The existence of universe is the proof of X where X are any imaginative objects.
We have many categories of logical fallacies, such as argumentum ad hominem, argumentum ad baculum, etc. For the case given above, which category does it belong to?