“When we have come of age, we should look back on the process and see that where we came from does not define who God is. God reveals Himself to the mature mind as ultimate and transcendant. Our experience does not contain Him or define Him. But His sovereign majesty does contain our experience. In Him we live and move and have our being. The God revealed in Scripture brought us up from nothing into the dim consciousness of life in the womb, then into the bright light and fluctuating temperatures outside and then to the comforting milk and then to the crawling around which soon bumps into authority, and then years later . . . epistemology proper” (Angels in the Architecture, pp. 189-190).
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