Godhood of God
by A. W. Pink
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A.W. Pink was an English evangelist of the
19th century. His Puritan and Calvinist background no
doubt inspired him to write Godhood of God. These
traditions emphasize the absolute power of God. "What is
Godhood?" Pink asks. It is "the omnipotency of God, the
absolute sovereignty of God. When we speak of the Godhood of God we
affirm that God is God," he says. "We affirm that God is something more
than an empty title: that God is something more than a mere figure-head:
that God is something more than a far-distant spectator, looking
helplessly on at the suffering which sin has wrought." Pink believes
that Godhood is seen in creation, administration, the giving of
scriptures, and salvation, and he writes a brief chapter on each aspect.
This book is very short and easily understandable for readers of any
level. The piece emphasizes God's dominion over all other powers and
things of the world, which is comforting to modern believers. It also
encourages Christians to remember not only God's love, but his other
nature as the all-powerful ruler of the universe who should be
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