I was just thinking this through.
1. Biblegod is "omnipotent." Omnipotent means "having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force; all-powerful."
2. Biblegod is "all-powerful." All-powerful means "having or exercising exclusive and unlimited authority; omnipotent."
3. Can Biblegod create a rock so heavy that He cannot lift it? (alt., "Can Jesus microwave a burrito so hot that even He cannot eat it?")
4. If YES, then Biblegod is not omnipotent because he cannot lift the rock. This means that there is an upper limit on his might.
5. If NO, then Biblegod is not omnipotent because he cannot create whatever he wants; there is therefore an upper limit on his ability to create.
6. If Biblegod was truly omnipotent, there would be no upper limit on his might or creative powers.
7. The answer to the question in Point 3 can either be yes or no. Answering "maybe" or a similar term does not provide an answer any more than answering "maybe" provides an answer for the question "Did you shoot the President?"
8. No matter what the answer is, the outcome is that Biblegod cannot be omnipotent.
9. Furthermore, nothing can be omnipotent, because if it were omnipotent, then it would be subject to this paradox and therefore would not be omnipotent.
10. Therefore, my conclusion leads me to believe that it is logically impossible for anything to be omnipotent.
If there are any flaws in any of the arguments in my argument chain, please point them out and I will address them and try to fix my arguments.