“I don’t think we can describe God in any way. Human saying that God exists is to me a nonsense statement. That would mean that God is somehow confined within our intellectual capacities. The only thing we can do is say we have experiences and talk about some of those experiences by using God language. It is the only way we have to talk about such wonders as how we find ourselves at one with each other and the universe” (James Rowe Adams, quoted in Gary Stern, Can God Intervene? How Religion Explains Natural Disasters (Westport: Praeger, 2007) p.99).