Christian theology (which I specified - and which I tried to check that oss was talking about and given the lack of denial assume he is) says that God existed and created the universe. Now I fall to my own argument in that in a supernatural sense God can break the rules and he can be both "natural" (and I mean that in a "part of the universe/multiverse/whatever" way) and supernatural. But I havent given him any qualities other than existence beyond the scope of our reality with my argument, be they strange, odd, weird, normal, rational or anything else.
In shorthand what I've basically said is "You can't know ANYTHING about the nature or the possible powers or limits of God, because you cannot gain any evidence of anything that exists outside of the limits or our perception." That doesn't mean I think everything in that realm is weird or odd, just that I reject the proposition that anything out there can be proven or disproven from where we sit right now. It may be that this realm is entirely logical, rational, and consistent with our reality, or it may be that it's odd and strange and weird and illogical and irrational. I don't know, and I don't claim to.