I suppose one could put forth the argument that zhe is infinitely

*good*, so zhe's clearly infinite and therefore unlimited.

I'm taking limitations to mean limitations on acts one can perform, so let's assume a set A that consists of all actions possible. This set is almost certainly infinite.

Then there's the set of all evil acts, E--also infinite. The set of acts God can perform is G = A - E.

If there exists a bijective function F: G → A, then clearly the two sets are the same size. I would imagine that such a function exists, although it would be difficult to come up with one... especially given that what actions should fall into E is rather subjective.

So if all this is true, then |A| = |G|, which means God is just as infinite in hir goodness as zhe would be if zhe were allowed to do evil.

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