So here’s a quick thought I’ve mulled over for many years and I’m presenting it here for everyone to critique!
There cannot be multiple infinite Gods. Infinity, when referring to a higher power, implies that that God contains within himself everything there is and then some. There is nothing he does not contain within himself.
In the real world any two objects or bodies are distinctly different entities bound by certain parameters and limits. One necessarily has what the other has not, and vice versa.
While God does not have these physical boundaries he does contain everything in himself and then some. There cannot be two or more infinite Gods because saying so necessarily implies that those Gods, each of them, has attributes and contains things within themselves that the other Gods do not have. Just take a look at the wide range of personalities and skill sets of the Greek, Roman, and Egyptian gods!
Therefore infinity doesn’t appear to be “shareable”…either you have it or you don’t. Sharing is impossible here because it goes against the very definition and meaning of infinity.
Does my philosophy here make any sense? Thanks for reading!