Beginning with the current skepticism about God's very existence. Dr. McGrath starts off with some convincing apologetics. This alone makes the book quite compelling. But McGrath ios not a mere apologist, he is a theologian. He knows that the only way to be sure about the living God is to encounter him: and this can happen to people who know alm0ost nothing about him.
McGrath then develops a number of models which help us to form some conception of God, leading to an important chapter on God as personal. An insightful chapter on the Incarnation follows, with some very straight talk to theologians who try to dispense with the deity of Jesus while making it clear that Jesus does not exhaustively define God, but is one person of the Trinity.
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