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Taken in its depth structure, the revelatory component of religion detaches the information on the God from the intellectual and imaginational activity of the human and sets it into liaison with the self-manifestatory expression of the God; as a result, the apprehensibility of the God comes to depend on the authority of the divine act which quite possibly entails some unwarranted strategies from the viewpoint of human rationality.
In the process, they have fallen between the stools of laureateship-ready apprehensibility (Hass and Pinsky) and postmodern textuality (the Language Poets).
The case of the Miracle at Chonai worked by the archangel Michael and depictions of this event are shown as visible proof of the apprehensibility of angelic power.