Interesting... I am curious to hear your take on Ephesians 2:9, Better yet 2:8 through 2:10. If our conciseness is the intellect of our soul, how much iniquity would raise in the self-"I", if for eternity we knew that we produced enough to be allowed eternity? This is a issue on more than one level. The "I" of ourselves is granted existence eternal through "grace" nothing the "I" can produce.
Human experience and common sense is useless when talking about cutting edge science.
Relativity (with time dilation and length contraction) does not make sense. Quantum physics definitely does not make sens. But they are both true.
However the "mechanism" that gave rise to the Universe works, I can almost certainly promise you that it will not adhere to "common sense" or "human experience, knowledge, wisdom, empiricism and discovery" anno 2013. If it is ever discovered it will be weird. People will say that "now science has lost its marbles" and call the theory crazy.
And what's then the odds of bronze-age peasants by luck getting everything right about the aspects of a being that caused the Universe?