Excerpt: "Modesty dictates the limitations of this book to “thoughts” on the nature of God. To go beyond such an attempt on a subject so vast and controversial would be both audacious and self-contradictory since a detailed explanation of the nature of God is beyond the vocabulary of man. Someone has rightly said that the greatest and most lofty thoughts which the human mind can contemplate are those about God. God is described as infinite, eternal, immutable, omnipresent, omnipotent, omniscient. According to Paul, “His love passeth knowledge.” No measure can plumb the depths of infinity. No calendar can span eternity. We can experience the love of God but we can not comprehend it. But God is not a Divine computer or a globe circling satellite. God is a Person and God is Spirit."
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- The Names of God
- Further Revelations of God
- How God is Revealed in the Natural Universe
- God Revealed in His Word
- How Does Israel Further Our Knowledge of God?
- How Christ Reveals God
- Does the Church Reveal God?
- Applicatin of the Nature of God
- Title: Thoughts on the Nature of God
- Author: Henry C. Heffren
- Publisher: Gospel Contact Press
About Henry C. Heffren
Henry C. Heffren is also the author of Five Smooth Stones, The Mission of the Messiah, and The Glory of Israel.