I was just wondering what infinity actually means in a theological sense. I know in mathematics and physics, it is used to describe something without limits. Translated in our common sense notion, endlessness. Abstractly speaking, the concept is perfectly logical, but hard to concretely grasp at. The best we can think of Infinity is something fleshed out in a form of endless progressive time. Or in theological terms, it is referred to as eternally travelling in hope without ever arriving.
I understand there are some logical implications used to describe theological principles. Like the primacy of God, and Good being superior to evil. Good and evil are traditionally understood as not two opposing forces, but good being existence and evil a lack of existence. So God is infinite existence, therefore unsubtractable. As infinity - 1 is still infinity. Logically speaking, he cannot have any evil, if he cannot be subtracted in any way. Which I know is a crude analogy. I also read another definition that explains infinity as a wholeness indivisible internally speaking. Like how we dont have God + creation = greater than God, or how the Holy trinity is not three separate parts of God, like 33 1/3% Father, 33 1/3% Son, or 33 1/3% Holy Spirit, or Jesus as being half God and half Man. Which I know are concepts that are impossible to intellectually grasp at.