Omnipotence

“Omnipotence is the power of God to effect whatever is not intrinsically impossible.”

“These last words of the definition do not imply any imperfection, since a power that extends to every possibility must be perfect. The universality of the object of the Divine power is not merely relative but absolute, so that the true nature of omnipotence is not clearly expressed by saying that God can do all things that are possible to Him; it requires the further statement that all things are possible to God.”

Extract quoted from the New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia, where you can read the full article.

 

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