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What is God?

The God of the Bible is self-defined (cf. Exodus 34:5-8). “To get to the heart of who God is and to bow before him in some small measure of genuine understanding, it’s important to think through what the Bible says again and again and integrate the whole with the same balance and proportion that Scripture itself gives. That calls us to worship.

And if we put anything else in the place of God, that is the very definition of idolatry.”

D.A. Carson referenced in The New City Catechism – Devotional. C. Hansen, Editor. (Wheaton. IL. Crossway Publishing, 2017), 22-23.


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