If an argument is indeed valid, its validity holds for all times and all places. That is, its validity is omnipresent (in all places) and eternal (for all times).
Vern Poythress, Logic: A God-Centered Approach to the Foundation of Western Thought
He goes on to observe that the divine attributes of immutability, spirituality, truthfulness, transcendence, immanence, and omnipotence also apply to logical conclusions. And just for fun, logic is impossible without rationality and language which makes it personal as well.
In the end, there is no logic without the Son of God. Great job, Vern.