I enjoyed this Tozer book, it is very similar in nature to "Knowledge of the Holy" which is also a good one. Tozer discusses ten attributes of God: infinitude, immensity, goodness, justice, mercy, grace, omnipresence, immanence, holiness, and perfection.
Something that I've always liked about Tozer is that he takes an extensive and complex topic and explains it so well in simple terms; the everyday vernacular that the average high school educated layman can understand.
Tozer has given me much to chew on and process with this one. As Christians, we know about God's attributes but Tozer makes you really meditate on who we thought God was and takes it a step further. He puts our human thought and compares it to the elevated perspective of God, we then realize that it's one thing to know about God and another to know God.
This is a great book on the attributes of God that is great for all- Christians of many years and babies in the faith.
I flipped through the study guide and found it interesting. I don't like book study guides but this one contains some good stuff. Each chapter is discussed more in-depth and makes you dig deeper. There are also questions and a short guide to follow with a group or individually.
I received a copy of this book from Moody in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed here are entirely my own.