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Continuum: Notre-Dame de Mokoto, Masisi, DRC, May, 2012

“… an incomprehensible God cannot be comprehended rationally, nor can his extraordinary actions in history be inferred from philosophical principles, any more than such a God can be empirically discovered, confirmed, or disproved. However human reason is construed or understood, it cannot fathom what is by definition unfathomable, and so despite traditional Christian theology’s pervasive and variegated use of reason it can never finally grasp directly that with which it is chiefly concerned.  This makes it a sort of intellectual endeavor different from any other.” – Brad S. Gregory, historian, The Unintended Reformation (2012)