Is a technical term used to describe the incomprehensibilityThe theology of the Nicene Creed maintains that no human can understand God. The Eastern tradition has embraced this concept more fully than the Weste... more of God. It literally means “above essencethe English word generally used for the Greek term ousia, that is also translated as “being” or “substance” and refers to that which makes som... more” or “above being.” Pseudo Dionysius(fl. c. A.D. 500) Pseudo Dionysius Christian neo-Platonist theologian, in the west called Saint Denys (or Denis), and by modern scholars labeled Pseud... more used this term to describe the transcendenceComes from a Latin term meaning “to go beyond” and is used by modern theologians to describe God being beyond this temporal world. more of the TrinityThe Traditional Christian doctrine that God is simultaneously the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, three persons in one, and addresses the relation betwe... more as beyond all being and knowing. This is one reason why the Eastern Churcha term translated from the Greek word “Ecclesia” which means an assembly called together and is sometime translated as a congregation. A church is... more criticizes the Western Churcha term translated from the Greek word “Ecclesia” which means an assembly called together and is sometime translated as a congregation. A church is... more and Augustine(A.D. 354-430) Bishop of Hippo in North Africa, the most influential theologian of the West, known especially for his doctrine of grace, including rel... more as being overly concerned with explaining the mysteries of God that are incomprehensible.