Monotheism is quite simply insensible.
Specialization and division of labor. These things are always competitive advantages. Everyone who makes it out of the sub-literate hitting-things-with-rocks era invents them. Hive minds produce purposive castes. Seed AIs – or just plain extended AIs – multithread broadly, and write specialized routines. Even singleton minds have enough different tasks to manage that they function as a collection of loosely unified cooperative agents.
And how much more complex is the plenum entire? So even if you were one god in the first place, why under – or indeed in – heaven would you stay that way?
(In support of the inescapability of this argument, I would adduce the number of monotheisms that feel the need to provide their purportedly singular and totipotent deity with an arbitrarily large number of varied and specialized divine servants.)
– excerpted from a student essay on comparative theology