Just to be clear, you’re saying that there is no answer and that’s “too bad”, and I’m just supposed to not be bothered by deeper questions and instead “experience and know God” which is also incredibly vague?
I’m not asking for a “rational” response. I’m asking for something theologically coherent. That is not necessarily going to be something rational. Like I said, the only replies I ever receive are from people such as yourself. Answering with a non-answer, over and over and over.
And I would agree that the ineffable has its place, but there is a difference between good and bad metaphors. I’m not some atheist science and logic-addicted rational being. I am extremely interested in more mystical and philosophical questions, and there’s nothing wrong with me wanting these things to be coherently discussed. After all, similar questions have been discussed among theologians since the beginning of the Church.
But you clearly find no value in this.