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April 06, 2005



This reminds me of a quote from The Orthodox Way. Actually, it was Bishop Ware quoting Evagrius of Pontus: "God cannot be grasped by the mind. If He could be grasped, He would not be God." Later in that same chapter, Bishop Ware goes on to say, "God is not so much the object of our knowledge as the cause of our wonder." So, how do we go about worshipping God for those attributes that we do not understand, or which frighten us? Is it enough to acknowledge that those attributes exist and are part of His character that is beyond our comprehension, or is there something more we must do?

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