Omnimax: Something's gotta give!
The concept of an all-powerful, all-knowing and benevolent god is an absurdity. How could a good god have knowledge of an injustice and the power to do something about it, and yet sit/stand/float idly by and do bugger-all?
It's a simple problem to fix: All one needs to do is take away one "omni" characteristic, and the hypothetical divine being becomes slightly more believable.
But which characteristic are *You* prepared to forego, Mr. or Ms. God-For-A-Day?
I'm not particularly obsessed with power, so I could quite easily do without the omnipotence part. Give Me the ability to change My own oil without forgetting to put the oilpan plug back in, and we're good.
I do treasure knowledge. The question is, do I really want to know everything about everything?
Think about it: Do *you* want to know what happens next, in excruciating detail? Would you need a stiff drink to forget what you saw just seconds ago? And what about the joy of learning something new? Me, I think I'll also pass on Total Knowledge of Everything.
Omnibenevolence is a great idea in theory, and it's the omni quality that I like the best. If I absolutely had to pick one of the three, this would be the one.
(Then again, there are the people whom I don't want to like...)
In the final analysis, I don't want any of the three "omni" powers. I'm perfectly happy with My limited magisteria of the Vernal Equinox, punctuation, Random Equipment Malfunctions, and chocolate.
Especially the chocolate.