The impossibility of an omnipotent omniscient god among the most telling atheistic arguments are those to the effect that the existence of any being that meets standard divine specifications is impossible - that there not only is not but could not be any such being problems for the notion of a morally perfect being and against the co.
An argument for the existence of god god can be defined as a being conceived as the perfect, omnipotent, omniscient originator and ruler of the universe, the principal object of faith and worship in monotheistic religions (1.
• if god exists, then god is omnipotent, omniscient, and morally perfect (theism) omnipotent- all powerful omniscient- knows all morally perfect- all goodness • if god is omnipotent, then god has the power to eliminate all evil. The problem has two basic formulations, one is deductive, the other inductive the deductive form of the problem asks the following: is the existence of evil logically compatible with a necessarily benevolent and necessarily omnipotent being one of the philosophers who discusses the problem is richard gale.
I should start by making it clear that this was a horrible debate in my opinion in any case let us move onto the appraisal of the resolution the resolution states: 'an omnipotent, omniscient being does not exist' the spirit of the motion is then to debate whether such an entity exists which is both omnipotent, and omniscient. If god exists, then god is omnipotent, omniscient, and morally perfect if god is omnipotent, then god has the power to eliminate all evil if god is omniscient, then god knows when evil exists if god is morally perfect, then god has the desire to eliminate all evil evil exists. The resolution states: 'an omnipotent, omniscient being does not exist' the spirit of the motion is then to debate whether such an entity exists which is both omnipotent, and omniscient while there could be many such entities, human cognition knows of but one: god. This is the argument from evil, which holds that because the world contains evil (or evil of some specific type, or of some amount, or distributed in some way), then this world is not under the control of an absolutely perfect — at least, omniscient, omnipotent, and morally perfect — being.
-the concept of god is that of the most perfect being imaginable the existence of an omnipotent, omniscient, omnibenevolent god is incompatible with all the suffering in the world the distinction between moral and natural evils is designed to show that. All such arguments depend crucially on sets of divine specifications a core traditional notion of god is one that specifies him as necessarily existent, omniscient, omnipotent, and morally perfect god is also traditionally conceived of as being a free creator, and is often spoken of as immutable or transcendent. 4 the argument from degrees of perfection or excellence, from the existence of beings that are more or less perfect than one another to the existence of an absolutely perfect being that is ultimately the source of every less perfect being's limited perfection 5.