I appreciate the Orthodox answers on this issue. I believe this is some congruence with Lutheranism as well.
Reformed Christians and those influenced by Anglo-Saxon religion have a habit of thinking of the "Omni's" of God without a healthy humility in the face of the limitations of human reasoning. And of course this leads to all sorts of problems and questions about theodicy, divine sovereignty, and so forth... and potentially very far away from the Gospel of Jesus Christ (when we start thinking of God as an abstract, simple essence, a prime mover of "sovereignty"). There is an inherent conflict between "head and heart" in many cases that should not be there.
I'm not an expert on the Catholic side, though it does seem at least superficially to be similar to the Reformed, with non-dominant voices in the tradition appealing to the mystery of God.