Akimel - thank you for your clarification of the problems and the difficulties in this. You made some excellent points.
In general, I support this non-technical view of supposed ‘paradoxes’ in revelation:
“We answer again, that, if God be infinitely wise, he cannot sport with the understandings of his creatures. A wise teacher discovers his wisdom in adapting himself to the capacities of his pupils, not in perplexing them with what is unintelligible, not in distressing them with apparent contradictions, not in filling them with a skeptical distrust of their own powers. An infinitely wise teacher, who knows the precise extent of our minds, and the best method of enlightening them, will surpass all other instructors in bringing down truth to our apprehension, and in showing its loveliness and harmony.
It is not the mark of wisdom, to use an unintelligible phraseology, to communicate what is above our capacities, to confuse and unsettle the intellect by appearances of contradiction. We honor our Heavenly Teacher too much to ascribe to him such a revelation. A revelation is a gift of light. It cannot thicken our darkness, and multiply our perplexities.”
That quote is from Wm. Ellery Channing who was of course a Unitarian, but not necessarily therefore wrong.
If God cannot make something clear to us, perhaps it is not something that we are going to accomplish on our own?