Tim Challies introduces a chart detailing the attributes of God as part of his ongoing “Visual Theology” series:
If it’s still difficult to read, Tim Challies has a link to a larger picture and pdf in his post. It certainly gives us plenty of fodder for quibbling about the details (which is what the Christian life is about, after all). I’m not sure why God’s eternity requires him to experience “no succession of moments”, for example- I’m guessing that is the influence of Wayne Grudem, cited on the chart, who has consistently failed to impress me with his grasp of the issues surrounding the philosophy of time and God.
But do give the chart a look. There’s enough code-wording to communicate that a certain theological slant is lurking behind the curtains, but it seems agreeable enough. What looks especially commendable? Any egregious errors?