We have depths of wisdom and fooliness in God, there is also fooliness outside of God. I am talking how do we be a fool for Christ rightly. It is more than reactive emotion all claiming faith. It is deeply logical. It breaks down the resentments of the world for certain action in itself that seems harmless but under the eye of a critic can seem as something that it is not. God is a good God oh so good, he also knows all things, how one situation can just work in a certain critics may find as not right in their eyes. The thing is what is right in God's eyes that brings people unto himself. Now I tend to focus on more of him about his wisdom than his foolishness. Here is a verse talking about being fools for Christ.
"We are fools for Christ's sake, but ye are wise in Christ; we are weak, but ye are strong; ye are honourable, but we are despised." (KJV)
Another translation says:
"For the wisdom of this world is foolishness in God's sight. As it is written: "He catches the wise in their craftiness." (NIV)
God is not in error he knows exactly where he is going, he does things to bring us to the best place. God's omniscience is something we grow in to know the truth. We must know him in all his ways to know him. The world rules out certain activity as unrulely because it looks odd. Now we can not go into idolatry or temptation. Understand God in his depths with confidence of his interaction with you this will lead you to the most Godly foolishness.
Wikipedia says that Godly Foolishness is intentional to make a point for those that are learning it. It also say according to Ken Parry,"Fools for Christ often employ shocking, unconventional behavior to challenge accepted norms, deliver prophecies or to mask their piety."
Here is a great article on wikipedia about it:
Now I don't think we need to immoral first and ask questions later, I think we need to have clarity and peace. These things need to never go away. We need clarity in the Lord with clear relationship. Clarity and peace need to always be in our relationship. Now as we grow in understanding, of how he operates then we see that went we go just by his leading...
We may do something to bring things to smash to pieces to something perfect just to say He is God and I do not worship foolishness or wisdom of the Lord; I worship him because he is perfect to deserve our worship and praise.