omnipotence : Definition, Usages, News and More

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om ni puh tuhns

  • n  the state of being omnipotent; having unlimited power

  • They feel obliged to defend God's omnipotence, irrespective of the fact that that holds God responsible for every retarded child, every flood and earthquake, every plague and .
  • Another is about an honest Mexican drug-enforcement officer (a marvelously watchful Benicio Del Toro) mystified by the cruel omnipotence of Tomas Milian, who is more or less .
  • If 24 represents the classic conservative fantasythe myth of American competence and omnipotencethen Syriana represents the Michael Moore left's myth of American venality .
News & Articles

  • Psychiatrists Explore Superman's Emotional Issues in Man of Steel (And Beyond)
    Some people say that Superman isn't the easiest character to identify with, either because he¿s too much of a ¿Boy Scout¿ with an antiquated moral code, or because his omnipotence and alien origin make him less relatable compared to other super-heroes who are more grounded in reality. But after taking a look at the deeper look into Superman's psyche, we beg to differ.        
    June 14, 2013 - Wired News

  • Vladimir Putin in Times Online
    Interference of the State, the belief in the omnipotence of the State: that is a reaction to market failures,Mr Putin said in his keynote address at the opening of the four-day meeting. "There is a temptation to expand direct interference...
  • Vaclav Klaus in NewsByUs
    The climate alarmists believe in their own omnipotence, in knowing better than millions of rationally behaving men and women what is right or wrong,says Klaus.
  • Angelo Bagnasco in Times Online
    The Prime Minister was further criticised by the Church when Archbishop Angelo Bagnasco of Genoa, head of the Conference, warned against "men drunk on a delirium of their own greatness, who touch the illusion of omnipotence and distort moral...

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