George Swinnock, “The Incomparableness of God”

The doctrine of God is in shambles today in many (if not most) churches and too often its because we’ve viewed God as if He were a creature. We construct our doctrine of God as if He were just like us.

George Swinnock sets the record straight – God is incomparable.

Let’s be honest, most people in our churches (and probably us as well) can’t work through Augustine, Hilary, Anselm, Aquinas, Zanchi, Turretin, and Bavinck.

But a short Puritan work – that they can do, and that’s exactly what this is.

Swinnock expounds God’s incomparable being, attributes, works, and word and then applies it to the life of the believer.

His lofty view of God is a breath of fresh are and just as relevant today as it was when he wrote it in 1672.

This edition contains a new analytical outline to help readers grasp the overarching flow of this profound work.

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