I remember when I first heard this bit of immature atheistic reductio ad absurdum.... My answer today would not be to skewer the nature of the question but to inject its insincerity with the sincerity of God and all the weight of the gospel. The truth is that God did make a weight so heavy he couldn't lift it. He did so not by building an immovable force -- we did that with our sin --but by incarnating the frailty of humanity and willingly subjecting himself to the force. As one of us, yet still himself, he created the conundrum of the incarnate God, bearing a cross he both ordained yet could not carry by himself, becoming condemned in death and also victorious. And God was crushed according to the plan he himself projected from the foundation of the world. So, can God make a rock so heavy even he can't lift it? Yes. And he did. For three days only. And then he drop kicked it out of the mouth of the tomb. http://gospeldrivenchurch.blogspot.com/2011/08/can-god-make-rock-so-heavy-even-he-cant.html
God's power has no limit so He can create anything for a purpose. He can move anything, or create a phenomenon such as gravity to enable planets to move. God can do anything, He has no limits. This could be a mind boggling idea but God is not limited by dimensions that limit us humans. As for creating huge boulders, yes, God has created them in various shapes such as Ayers Rock in Australia, or the moon and other heavenly bodies. As for movement, moons move and rotate, as well as solar systems and galaxies.
God can control all the elements of the sea, and the earth by the command of his voice. Through the power of God, Moses parted the Red sea. I think he could move a boulder. Jeremiah 32:27 Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?
Two issues: if God exists he can only perform that which is logically possible. He cannot create a round square. Two "heavy" implies gravity, a rock too big to lift implies a planet big enough for both, which is irrational.
The problem here is with the question itself. God can't actually "do anything" that would contradict His nature. For example, He cannot do evil. So the question itself is illogical. The question is intended to trick the person who hears it into thinking he is stuck in a corner. However, in reality, the person who asks illogical questions like this one is actually tricking himself by using bad logic and faulty reasoning, which naturally leads to confusion. This is what I mean: Let's imagine for a moment that God created something "indestructible" and then destroyed it. Was it ever indestructible to begin with? No. The idea of destroying an indestructible object is like trying to draw a square circle - it is a contradiction in terms. While God can always do things that surpass reason, He can never contradict reason; He is the God is of truth, and can neither deceive nor be deceived.
Nothing is too much of anything for God. He is Createt of all things. He created the whole universe so how could anything in it be too heavy or anything else for Him? God is a power or force. He is not a human and is not limited by the same physical and mental constraints as humans.