A popular argument that comes, by some theists, for attributes of God is:
The argument that some of God's attributes, such as Omnipotence, are illogical cannot restrict God from having them since God is not bound to "human" logic.
The argument raises an important question for logic that has been seen in other entities (Euthyphro dilemma).
Is logic logic because God defined it as such?
If the answer to the above question is "Yes" then it follows that God is not necessarily bounded by the logical constructs we follow and is entirely possible that things that seem illogical to us might be, in some manner, logical and plausible for God.
If the answer to the above question is "No" then it follows that logic is indeed a priori for God and his attributes are also restricted by it.
My question is, is it possible for the answer to be "Yes"?