I miss writing and reading about theology so i decided to make ammends this afternoon.
Polytheism. Most christain religions take on a from of disguised polytheism. All claim that there is one true god, yet this is contradictary to the concept of a triune god. The father, the son, and the holy spirit. IS there one god or three? There is no adequate logical separation of such entities, or a separation which can still produce a singular Omnipotent being. Catholisism embraces polytheism closer to its "pious" bossum, by prayer and offerings to the saints. Saints for travelers, the sick, the poor. There are offering and prayers directed to them, as almost a god equivalent.
Absurdity of Omnipotence.
Could god create a mountain so big he himself could not lift it?
Of course he could make it, but could he lift it? Could God produce a square circle? This also relates back to the problem of a triune god. Logically there is only logical room for a singular omnipotent being. Being A must be able to destroy being B, If being B is also omnipotent, being A can not destroy or banish it, therefore a limitation but and not an omnipotent being. Although this does not rule out the existance of a god, it merely creates a limited yet powerful being.