God is omnipotent but cannot create the paradoxical- like making a stone so large He can’t lift it.
The problem with linear Time (in my opinion) is that eternity is an awful long time and a complete end is too finite. Kreeft’s idea around this is that all eternity happens at once in Heaven, in a moment…a nice idea but not, in my eyes perfect.
BUT surely there are only a certain number of possible versions of Time that CAN exist before creating a paradox…I’d like to feel that, being God can do anything, if you don’t like the idea of a certain idea of time or what Heaven is like, no matter, it’s probably endlessly better than that. But can I think that with everything, when some things can only have a number of variants before you lapse into a dreaded paradox?