Human languages have been developed
in order to describe and discuss
a common-sense universe.
If we wish to think of the world as a continuum
we find that our traditional syntax and vocabulary are inadequate.
The divine source is not merely a continuum
it is beyond time and different in degree and kind
from our common-sense language world.
Thus, all expositions of the prevailing view
employ paradox, verbal extravagance
and apparent blasphemy…