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College English professor who loves classic literature, psychology, neurology and hates pop trash like Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey.
as Tozer rhapsodizes about the qualities of the divine. Some of the material here has appeared in other volumes--either that, or Tozer had a tendency to use a lot of the same examples and metaphors repeatedly--but most of it is worth hearing again. The one flaw in Tozer is that sometimes he can fall into circular logic, especially when he appeals to the intellect to understand the limits of the intellect in comprehending the attributes of God.
The words of Tozer reveal the heart of God like few others in my experience. The God that Tozer introduces us to is deeper, richer fuller, with more awesome power and majesty than the God that is commonly preached today. As Tozer states, "We have lost the sense of the holiness of God". (My paraphrase.). Tozer calls us back.
The narration of Michael Kramer is perfect. His gentle, soft-spoken, conversational style makes one feel that he is talking with Tozer himself.
I am enjoying learning all the Attributes of God. The narrator is very good and I can actually visualize what he is saying. These are the best types of narrations, when it makes you use your imagination.
I almost didn't get this one since I already had Volume 1 which is quite substantial.
I'm glad I didn't make that mistake, this takes it a step further into a more personal Awakening of Gods personal relationship to us, and how all His attributes engage that in his Pursuit Of Love for us.
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