"My assertion that a thing that created a thing isn't bound to the limits of said created thing is not a fallacy."
A thing inside the universe, must obey the same things as everything else. There is no thing outside the universe, because by definition, the universe is everything that is. So if G-d is outside the universe ... then logically G-d cannot exist (and that is good standard atheist reasoning). If G-d is within the universe, and if there is nothing supernatural in the universe, then G-d is just an ubermensch who can die from crucifixion like anyone else ... and if G-d can die, the G-d isn't a god. But this is what happens when you let an opponent of your argument, define all the terms ;-) Also usually there is the naturalism fallacy of not only including everything in the universe, but also that everything in the universe is natural aka materialist, once you kick out vitalism from biology and panpsychism from psychology.
So yes, if a carpenter carves wood, the carpenter has to have all the same limitation as wood, couldn't be anything other than wood ;-) The problem happens when this is universalized to a universe creator, not a wood carving creator.