A couple times a week I come across a screed from a wingnut that just leaves me scratching my head, not merely because what they write is stupid but because it’s completely incomprehensible. Craige McMillan’s latest Worldnetdaily column is a great example. See if you can make any sense out of this:
The great thing about America was that its constitution was written by men wise enough to recognize that perfection was beyond humanity’s grasp. Only the knowledge of God could have given them that recognition. So the government they crafted was designed to thwart the shortcomings of less-than-perfect people. And it did. For a while.
But America was a tool in the hands of God back then, just like it is a tool in the hands of God today. Lots of people tell me they don’t see America in the Bible. Oh, I see it. It’s there.
The transaction that took place between God the Father and God the Son, after humanity’s fall from grace in the Garden of Eden, and which culminated in Christ’s death on the cross to restore humanity to its rightful relationship with God, will likely be forever beyond our understanding.
Beyond our understanding. But not beyond our grasp. Take it while it is still available. Understanding may come later, if God so chooses.
That’s just plain gibberish.