Obtaining it through something else doesn't make it weaker.
How about Anti-Adhesion?
Well, omnipotence should include being surpassable, implicitly confirming such a thing's existence.
I start with limitation transcendence.
Great minds think alike.
*Omnipotent. Logically, omnipotence should include the ability to make oneself non-omnipotent.
Paraconsistency is the cornerstone of omnipotence.
How good are the records of that time? Many of the things he was said to do can actually be explained scientifically, and the rest are likely exaggerations of something that did happen.
The amount of bad in the world suggests that that's just chance. Corruption runs rampant, the universe is technically on its way to pulling us all apart...
When? Besides that hole in the universe that I heard about once. Actually, apparently that's just a cloud.
@Mothmanprime (A few posts ago) Because if it didn't work reasonably well, we wouldn't be here to discuss it. I wouldn't be surprised at all if there were other universes or areas of our universe with different physical laws, some of which could not support life. Of course, I cannot disprove that conscious action on something's part created the universe, but given that they have not taken action since then (to our knowledge), we can dismiss it for practical purposes.
So not just minds, then?
Fitting, because Christianity (or rather, it's founders) are the most disgusting piece of work I have ever heard of.
No, he's a fictional character, originating from a bestselling piece of propaganda.
Yes, I'm asking how it affects things.
So what does it do?
Who says that he didn't include things already present? By the way, your arguments are always going to be weak when talking to an atheist.
@Mothmanprime How so?
So any pronoun is equally fair game.
So Your Name?