There was a European theologian named Karl Barth, who taught (among other things) that God is "wholly other" from us. How he knew this, I have no idea. Barth's philosophical Hellenism, this claim that God is "wholly other" from us humans -- that God is so alien there are no shared points of commonality between His reasoning and our reasoning, His words and our words -- is a direct attack on the Bible. Everyone who adopts it finds their faith poisoned by skepticism, because a God who is "wholly other" is a god who cannot be known at all.
Jack is the teaching elder of Ironworks Pike Community Church. He is a graduate of Columbia Biblical Seminary http://www.ciu.edu.