I worked up this proof of God, and I want to know if the proof works. Here is the proof:
Something which is unlimited is limited by not having limits. If limits were to be imposed on something which is unlimited, then it would be limited, and thus it would be unlimited. Therefore, it would seem that something which is unlimited couldn't exist. However the concept of the unlimited does exist, and this creates a paradox.
Here is where I see the concept of the unlimited can still exist. The concept of the unlimited can exist if that which is unlimited has free will. This is because to have free will is to have no limits. Let's go back to why something can't be unlimited, and instead of saying why, let's present us as choices.
Choice A is being unlimited with the limit of having no limits
Choice B is Choice A's alternative by imposing a limit on the unlimited.
If the unlimited were to have free will, it would have to choose between the two choices, and instead of choosing Choice A or B, it would choose both, overriding the two and making it so that the unlimited thing with free will is still unlimited.
Now if something were to be unlimited with total free will, then that thing would have to be a Person, and that Person would be God.
Now, a counterargument could be that the unlimited only exists in the abstract, but I have a rebuttal . My rebuttal is that all limits are a product of causality, which can only exist within space and time. As we know, space and time didn't exist before the Big Bang, and so what was before the Big Bang was the unlimited, and the unlimited was God. Some people will say that before the Big Bang was nothing, but nothing cannot come from something.
That was my proof. Are there any axioms that I took as true but were actually false? Was my reasoning correct?