Consider the words of Grandmaster Flash... their depth, their humble and worshipful tone, how he struggles with Christian theology:
A child is born with no state of mind
Blind to the ways of mankind
God is smiling on you, but He's frowning too
Because only God knows what you'll go through
In just these four lines we see multiple topics surfacing, including the question of what extent the humanity of Jesus impacts what he knows, and how the mind of a God-man works, and what it means to attribute things like happiness and sadness to God, and how these attributions relate to our understanding of God's omniscience. Also, notice the beauty and sophistication, how the text goes from the incarnation to the crucifixion in just four lines, and connects them so that they are not simply random and separate events but rather specific and profound events, intertwining and interpenetrating, in the life of Jesus. Thus does he explain the story of the life of the God-man for our spiritual benefit, using brevity like only a Gradmaster wordsmith can to magnify the key lessons to be learned from the Gospels.