Omnipotence by definition, MUST be timeless, must exist in a presentist time stream where it cannot time travel to a future or previous versions of itself where an Omnipotent can fight itself in the past or future, lest there be paradoxes.
An Omnipotents' will, consciousness and perception and experience of things must be indivisible and unified across ALL of Spacetime.
I disagree. Omnipotent beings has the ability to make themselves timeless, but nobody says they have to be timeless by definition. I fail to see any paradox because one talks about the potential of being anything, the other talks about an actual state of being something.
Can an Omnipotent go back in a previous timeline and fight a previous version of itself that has a distinct consciousness from itself? If you believe in Absolute Essential Omnipotence, this cannot be.
Do you believe it makes sense for an Omnipotent to go forward in time and stop a future version of itself from making a decision? How would that even work?
2 Omnipotents across Spacetime? 3 Omnipotents across Spacetime? That may be debunk their Omnipotence.
No, an Omnipotent is "Temporal" but only "Presentist Temporal" they cannot be consciously divisable entiteis across linear layers of linear time where there is a distinct Omnipotent consciousness in different time spaces where they can meet each other. Omnipotents must be unified entities across all linear time, experiencing their own transcendant Time Dimension that flows with no existing future or existing past to itself.
(btw. It is impossible to time travel in a Time that functions like Presentism as the past and present don't exist).
An Omnipotent must be experiencing its own Time Dimension, where, its future possible decisions do not exist for him to time travel forward to, and he cannot time travel to a previous version of himself and convince himself not to do X before X happened, otherwise we have conflicting wills.
In order to justify a Temporal Omnipotent that functions like this, as a divisable entity across Eternalism, you have to adjust your meaning of Omnipotence and you are not talking about Classical Theistic, Transcendental Omnipotence anymore. You have to define an Omnipotent as just unbeatable but still may be rivalled and we have many Omnipotents.
Omnipotents must exist outside of the realm of Eternalism (or Growing Block) where entities are divisable across well-ordered linear layers of time (past, present, future) otherwise we are not defining the same kind of Omnipotent.