• Understanding God is not attained by calling into session all arguments for and against Him, in order to debate whether He is a reality or a figment of the mind. God cannot be sensed as a second thought, as an explanation of the origin of the universe. He is either the first and the last, or just another concept.

    Abraham Joshua Heschel (1976). “God in Search of Man: A Philosophy of Judaism”, p.120, Macmillan