I don’t want to derail the thread, but the starting question should be: “What IS omnipotence”? Does it entail doing something that is logically contradictory, like creating 4-sided triangles? Or married bachelors? Or creating a bullet which can penetrate any shield… and also create a shield which can stop any bullet?
Usually these options are excluded from the concept of omnipotence - on the basis that they violate the “law of (non)-contradiction”. But why should God be constrained by a laws of logic? However, there is more to the question. If God cannot violate the law of (non)-contradiction, how about the “law of identity”? Can God create a hydrogen atom, which contains one proton and one positron (instead of an electron)? Or can God create another hydrogen atom with one proton, one electron and 52 neutrons? Or can God create a temperature of minus one Kelvin? Of make the speed of light in vacuum more than “c”? In other words, what about the laws of nature?
The law of identity is just as basic as the law of (non)-contradiction. The law of identity says “A is A”, or everything is itself. Which makes the so-called miracles incoherent. Can an “acorn” grow into a “whale” or into a “human”?
The point is that the so-called “omnimax” attributes are nonsensical. Believers wish to endow God with unlimited attributes, and that is a logical nonsense. Any attribute excludes the existence of a competing attribute. Some apologists argue that “omnipotence” simply means that God can do everything “that can be done”. Which is an empty proposition, since it would require to learn: “just WHAT can be done”.
And then I did not even touch the other attribute - the concept of omniscience - which has even more problems.