Classical Christian Theism

My aim is to present a robust Classical Christian Theism. Several facets of a classical understanding of God are tragically ignored, modified, misunderstood, or otherwise denied by many who identify as Christians (evangelical or otherwise) today. This is to the poverty and peril of Christian souls as a right understanding of God is at the very center of the Faith. There’s no perfect logical order of explanation. I’ve merely sought to organize the various aspects as sensibly as I could.

Be ye warned, all who gaze upon the Lord!
Profane Humanization – God remade in our image
Divine Accommodation – God who stoops down
Divine Incomprehensibility – God who is wondrous

Contemplating God’s Perfect Character
Divine Holiness – God who is set apart from all
Divine Righteousness – God who executes justice
Divine Goodness – God who is most benevolent
Divine Truthfulness – God who is most honest
Divine Loveliness – God who is most beautiful
Divine Gloriousness – God who is most excellent
Divine Possessiveness – God who is most jealous
Divine Faithfulness – God who keeps his promises
Divine Blessedness – God who does all that he is

Contemplating God’s Perfect Attributes
Divine Absoluteness – God who is above all things
Divine Craftsmanship – God who made all things
Divine Transcendence – God who is separated out
Divine Immanence – God who is close at hand
Divine Obscurity – God who is hidden in darkness
Divine Perspicuity – God who is clearly seen by all
Divine Aseity – God who needs nothing at all
Divine Immutability – God who does not change
Divine Eternality – God without beginning or end
Divine Liberty – God who does what he pleases
Divine Sovereignty – God who rules all things
Divine Familiarity – God who knows all things
Divine Immateriality – God without bodily form
Divine Impassibility – God without mood swings
Divine Simplicity – God without composite parts

Contemplating God’s Triune Nature
Orthodox Nicene Trinitarianism – God who is Three in One

When all is said and done, I think my best attempts to talk about God amount to a bunch of stuttering and verbal pitfalls. Perhaps that humbling realization makes it worthwhile and indicates that I’ve learned my own lesson, if only for a moment.