[on The Hunt for Red October (1990)] I'm glad that people like the film, but it was studio moviemaking at its most self-conscious.
However, it is absurd to suppose that any being, no matter how powerful, could draw a round square.
A common response to this objection is to assert that defenders of divine omnipotence never intended to claim that God could bring about logical absurdities. Philosophers have therefore attempted to state necessary and sufficient conditions for omnipotence.
For instance, many proposed analyses of omnipotence give inconsistent answers to the question of whether an omnipotent being could create a stone too heavy for it to lift.
Third, it is necessary to determine whether omnipotence, so understood, could form part of a coherent total religious view.
Have you always wanted to be tied up like The Dukes of Hazzard, or Supernatural's Winchester brothers?