God seems to delight in paradox (an apparent contradiction) to the dismay of some humans who find their vaunted reasoning unable to deal with this. As our first example, there’s the light of day. Einstein cited proof that it is made of little particles called lumens. But scientists also have proof that it consists of waves. Now what is it, a wave or a particle? It can’t be both.
Paradox #2. God’s Son, Jesus, was a man. He ate, drank, slept, and died. He was also God; He rose from the dead. Now God and man are two contradictions. We say you can’t be both. Well, God touts this paradox. He was both.
Don’t you love it? We have a God with a sense of humor.