"Can you rightly call Me, God, a person?"
Singing, laughing, thinking, resting. These are some of the human terms that God uses to describe Himself in the Bible. God made us in His image, so in many ways we share characteristics in common with God. But the true idea of God in all His majesty and mystery is beyond human explanation or understanding.
Written in first person, Elmer Towns expresses the personhood of God from the perspective of God. The first section of the book focuses on God as a person and His relatable human characteristics. The last section looks beyond the limits of the word person to God's divine nature and attributes.
Discover that our all-knowing, all-powerful God is a loving, relatable person.
"Yes, I am a person, it is the very core of who I am, but I am much greater and much more majestic. I am God "