I am not very well versed in math, but I do have some idea, would this theorem be correct?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Basis Step:

x is an element of the universal set. In other words, you could say that the number 5 is an element of N(the set of natural numbers), and it is also in the set of R (the set of Real Numbers)

However, 5.2134... Is not an element of N, but it is still an element of R. The set of R is uncountably infinite, the set of N is countably infinite.

For every x, x is an element of the Universal Set.

The Universal Set is the set of all possiblities and impossibilities.

A is a subset of U, consisting of all the possibilities.

The empty set O is a subset of U, consisting of no elements.

x is an element of A and U, since A is a subset of U.

For every x that is an element of A, can be performed.

God has the power to do everything in set A.

God is omnipotent, because there is no element x in the set in which God cannot do.

Hence, x is an onto function of God, under the set of A.

Since x is true for everything, then there is nothing God cannot do in Set A.

For god, he can do Ax e A.

Therefore, God is omnipotent.

P.S. Logic is not restrained by human thinking.

God cannot make a square circle. It's logically impossible. That doesn't limit his power, because his power is limitless, and infinite, in the set of possibilites.

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