infinitely powerful

See: omnipotent
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Indeed, to believe that such systems can't fail--that they are infinitely powerful, adaptable, resilient, that even their collapse is premeditated--is to presume a kind of humanistic faith in man-made techniques of control.
Being in love is a gift from the universe, and the spirit and vibrations that come with it are infinitely powerful.
Still, the newspapers are not infinitely powerful, and their man Cameron can still lose.
He goes on to say that God is infinitely powerful and intelligent, that He created all things.
After some unsuccessful responses in his early commentary on the Lombard's Sentences, Aquinas eventually based his mature answer on the mysterious and incomprehensible transcendence of divine causality: God's will is such a unique and infinitely powerful agent that it also produces the modality of its effects, whether necessary or contingent.