Omnipotence and Omnibenevolence: The non-cartesian version of this aspect of God brings about the problem of Theodicy(the problem of evil.)
If God is all loving(in the anthropomorphic sense), then he would desire this world to be the best of all possible worlds, correct? Thus, why is it that, despite his omnipotency, he has yet to produce such a world?
I would assert that the best possible world is the world with the least suffering and maximal happiness.
Omnipresence: If God is _as_ present as he could possibly be, then how is it possible to make himself "more" present by showing himself in any manner whatsoever? How could one derive knowledge of him if the knowledge is already fully presented?
Omniscience and free-will: how is it possible for God to know all that is and for free-will to be preserved, with God being a linearly temporal being as depicted by the Bible?
I now request for all Christian theologians, amateur or not, or religious enthusiasts to answer said issues.