"In the beginning was the Word."
If there is no such thing as the secular, perhaps human words must be both accurate and univocal when used to describe the Divine. Perhaps it is our (wilful) ignorance of the full and true meaning of human words that stops them from being useful in our quest to understand the nature of God. For example, perhaps the statement "God is love" is a perfect description of God but we are too fearful and hateful to allow ourselves to accept the meaning of the word "love" even though, and perhaps because, it comes from our own divinely created imagination and creativeness.
So, perhaps, in stead of trying to understand, without words, the God we do not presently see, or see only as through a glass dimly (a futile task), we should seek to understand the full meaning of those words that describe God that are in our very possession.