can I sue god? I am not sure what for, personally I don’t have a case against him, but maybe in the future. defective product or breach of contract maybe, or some crime thats an act of god. doesn’t matter what for.
I am fairly sure there is some reason I can not sue God, what about if I’m less monotheistic and want to sue a god, or maybe a house spirit that made my wife sick or something.
what legal grounds would these cases be thrown out on? simply saying the defendent was fictional would be a major major legal precident that would be pretty ugly. being out of the juristiction might work for the christian God (what would prevent a warrent being issued in case he ever steped foot on american soil? if the crime took place in america?). but other religions have gods that come visit and could cause trouble in person.
maybe alot of cases would be thrown out because of the difficulty in showing that god did it? but some things have “acts of god” not covered, and if a court showed that god didn’t do it and they didn’t have further definition somewhere would that be enough to make them have to pay(if it was a warenty or something)?