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Omnipotence is confusing

Created by UnusOf2029, 3 d ago.

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ET9
ET9 3 d
Omnipotence is confusing
Is there still the paradox of omnipotence?
Mr_Incognito
Omnipotence is confusing
1 year member
Omnipotence simply means being all-powerful. A lot of people on this site for some reason say that fictional omnipotence isn't a thing, even though the internet disagrees with them, but then argue a certain character is limitless. Not to mention it's a power on this site. Two omnipotent characters will stalemate infinitely.
UnusOf2029
Omnipotence is confusing
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UnusOf2029
Omnipotence is confusing
So if two "Omnipotent" beings would fight & one would lose wouldn't that make the one who lost not Omnipotent? By definition an omnipotent being is all powerful so they couldn't lose but end up in an infinite stalemate infinitely. But if you don't win then you aren't "all powerful". Also has ANY of the "infinite" beings on the Database proven to be so? has Azaroth shown up in DC, Marvel, DBZ, Ben 10, etc. & bent it to its will? The DB requires proof that a character has proven itself to be in a certain category but we give away infinity to beings who have never shown powers beyond one or two Multiverses. The One-Above-All only has power in the Marvel Multiverse (so I've been told) so why is he Outerversal? Has Eru ever done anything outside or Arda? (This is a literal Question b/c I don't know) Also how do you pronounce it: Om-nee-po-tent or Omni-po-tint?