Why I Wrote a Book about God's Incommunicable Attributes

Helping Women See God in the Bible

None Like Him felt like a logical follow-up to my first book, Women of the Word, since one of the main things I asked women to do in Women of the Word was flip the expectation that we read the Bible to learn more about ourselves and instead begin reading the Bible first as a book about God. But I know from my experience teaching women that that can be a hard thing to start seeing in the text.

Most of us have some familiarity with the attributes of God; we know that he’s loving, we know that he’s gracious, and we might even know that he’s omnipotent. But we probably haven't spent a lot of time contemplating those things.

None Like Him

None Like Him

Jen Wilkin

This exploration of ten attributes that belong to God alone reminds us of why our limits are a good thing in light of God’s limitlessness—celebrating the freedom that comes from letting God be God.

And so I wanted to write a book that helped women begin to see these truths about God as they were reading his Word, so that they form a deeper understanding of who the text is proclaiming God to be before they start asking, "How do I see myself in relation to that?"



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