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Is omnipotence in and of it's self a logically impossible paradox?
Well of course for a non-believer it would be but for those who know God we simple open our eyes to see it is indeed possible and so. It would be a lot of twists and turns and denials to make yourself not to believe it. The paradox there would be how many coincidences does it take to make this wondrous universe?
No. There are always limitations. The old question: Can god create a rock so heavy he can't lift it, is not an illogical nonsense question as Christians like to believe. It shows logical limitation, not just about god but in principal.
In this case the question shows that even if a god could create such a rock, he would fail omnipotence because he can't lift it. Either way produces an outcome which proves limitation.
Nothing and no one can create a square circle. There are always limitations, so omnipotence is impossible.
Some Christians have argued that we can't judge omnipotence against impossible scenarios because that's not what is meant by omnipotence. God can do anything that is possible to do, and millions of things that seem impossible to us.
But that doesn't wash. Omnipotent means unlimited, and the fact that there are things which are impossible to do, logically or physically, proves omnipotence is one of them.
The best theists can claim about their god is that it is the most powerful being in existence, which would be saying something if they could prove it exists. But they can't claim it is omnipotent.
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