Alright, dealing with attributes of God I have come across what I feel are some contradictions and want to know if my shit is legitimate. 1. Concerning omnipotence, God is supposed to be all powerful yet he cannot do that which is logically impossible. Is something logically impossible because it cannot not be done conceivably or because it cannot be done in actuality? If something is logically impossible because it cannot be conceived then wouldn't God be logically impossible because he cannot be conceived? If something is logically impossible because it cannot be done in actuality, that is it defies some inherent law of the universe, then wouldn't God still be able to do it because he is not subject to the laws of the universe according to his own attributes? 2. God is both creator of the universe and perfectly good. This goes right to the question of evil but that is another topic altogether. These are necessary attributes of God, that is, he would not be God without them. So if God is the creator of the universe, which by definition is all space, matter, and time, then he would be the creator of evil and therefore not perfectly good and therefore not God. If he is perfectly good then he could not be responsible for evil therefore he would not be the creator of the universe and therefore not God. The second one is obvious and well known because it goes straight to the problem of evil. The first one I just thought of (though I doubt I am the first). I just want to know if it is a legitimate argument.