God: A Self Portrait

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iUniverse, Nov 7, 2004 - Religion - 150 pages
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What is God like? Come join Philip McCarty, as he enters an art gallery containing only one picture. God, through His word, has painted an unbelievable portrait of Himself. Like any masterpiece, there are different textures, layers, and angles that need to be explored and scrutinized. Beginning with the physical characteristics of God:
  • Spirit
  • Trinity
  • Self-Existence
  • Everywhere Present
  • All Knowing
  • Almighty

    The author then moves to the moral attributes:
  • Holy
  • Just
  • Love
  • Mercy
  • True

    He finishes with some of the characteristics that blend both the physical and moral:
  • Wise
  • Sovereign
  • Unchangeable

    Along the way you will find out how God has drawn you.

    Whether you have attended church all your life or just wanting to take a peek at this God thing, you will find something of interest in each chapter. This book purposefully stays away from the Christian jargon and church speak, and defines every important term used.

    If you have never read a book about God, then let this be your first.

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    Contents

    DRAWING THE LINES THE PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GOD
    1
    FILLING IN THE COLORS THE MORAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GOD
    61
    THE FINAL TOUCHES THE COMBINATION CHARACTERISTICS
    109
    Conclusion
    137
    Back Cover
    141
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