Omnipotence has been a big theological issue among monotheists. Thanks to modern logicians like Bertrand Russell we may see that some of the issues are formal nonsense: on analogy with The Liar’s Paradox: “This sentence is a lie” is neither false nor true but meaningless. Can God make a rock so heavy that he can’t lift it? is a non-question. The apparent clarity of the grammar misleads us fatally: the logic can go though the grammar glides.
Here’s a subtler example:
Can God explain three-D to a two-D mind? Can Jesus meaningfully talk about heaven to the earth-bound? Can a sighted person explain vision to a stone?
More importantly: can God explain sin to the damned?
Can life be explained to non-life?
The possibilities of impossibilities are infinite.