How can we comprehend that which is infinite?
How can we comprehend anything.... The old paradox - If you shoot an arrow to a target and it sticks, we agree it has to get halfway first. In order to get halfway, it must get to halfway to halfway first. In order to get to halfway of halfway, it must get halfway to halfway to halfway first.... And so on.
By our logic, the arrow should never hit the target.
I believe God being infinite, can't be fully understood. God creates a paradox to us that we can't logically understand.
I was with you until "by our logic, the arrow should never hit the target." Not true. While the target-hitting itself is a mystery, we can look at it in reverse--the target is halfway to the quarter mark, halfway to the halfway mark (i.e. at the quarter mark), etc. Logically it has the chance of hitting the target, and we have described its trajectory. However, if the target is infinitely far away, and yet is present everywhere along the way as well, then the correct trajectory will both hit the target multiple times and never hit the target, both being true. Now that is a true paradox.
Well, the target halfway to the arrow, halfway again, halfway again, halfway again, still would never get to the arrow, and the distance still infinite.
Everything is lost in that infinite.
1 can't get to 2
1 to 2 must first pass halfway
1.25 halfway to that first
1.125 halfway to that first
2 can't get to 1
2 to 1 must first pass halfway
1.75 halfway to this first
1.825 halfway to this first
Somehow the arrow still makes it to the target. The infinite boggles our mind, boggles our logic, and boggles our understanding. We can't logically understand the infinite. All things exist in this infinite, yet we can't understand it.