Are you implying that you think this contradicts my point? There is a huge difference between "that which can be comprehended" and "that which is inherently beyond comprehension". Unless you consider human comprehension to be unbounded, some things are literally beyond comprehension. I contend that the concept of god is necessarily and wholly beyond comprehension based on the scope of its description, or the label isn't applicable. If you see a 2D projection of an 1838465498776567879 dimensional structure, would you claim to comprehend that structure in a valuable way? What if the structure were of infinite dimensionality? A 2D projection of a infinitely dimensional object would be equivalent to zero information about the structure in question. Do you follow? Am I wrong? Maybe that wasn't your implication. If so, uhm.. nevermind. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!