by Kevin T McEneaney
Few tongues speak the language of God,
which is not found in Greek or Hebrew.
The language of God is mathematics:
not many are fluent in that language.
One may find divine wisdom in writ words
as well as words spoken by minister,
rabbi, imam, or a hip Buddhist monk,
or even from a primitive shaman—
or at times from a singer or poet.
We can perceive the divine but dimly.
God also discourses on magnetism,
electricity, and quantum theory,
for those languages are a translation
of numbers—alternate calculation!