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A. W. Tozer begins the first chapter of his classic work with the statement, "What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us." In his discussion of God's attributes that follows, he shows himself as one who spent his life in pursuit of an intimate knowledge of God as God has revealed Himself to be, not as man would have Him be. In a day in which people are often heard to say, "When I think of God, I think of Him as . . ." and proceed to create a God after their own image, Tozer provides a much needed corrective. The first time I read The Knowledge of the Holy over 30 years ago, I found myself in an increasing awe and worship of the God who is. The experience has been the same each time I have returned to this small volume that serves to open a window to the loftiest of visions.
This is one of the finest books I have read on the attributes of God. It cleary explains the trinity. This book puts into perspective the question "What do you think when you think of God?"
to be perfectly fair this is the most well-writen book i have read all year. The attempt by the author to communicate the incommunicable was certainly valiant. and through his efforts we can be spurred on to pursue our own personal experience and knowledge of the great God of the universe.