Gregory Dawes summarizes an argument from page 173 of Quentin Smith’s Causation which argues that the will of an omnipotent being cannot be the cause of the world or anything else:
No logically sufficient condition (LSC) can be a cause
The will of an omnipotent being is a LSC of whatever it causes.
Smith’s argument for the major is that since “a body is in motion” is a LSC of “a body is in space”, but the first cannot be the cause of the second.
I find the argument as summarized so baffling that I’m amazed Dawes gives more than a sentence in rebuttal. “I slapped John” is an obvious LSC for “John was slapped”, but the cause-effect relationship is… why am I still talking about this?