On the divine perfections

Kim Fabricius has another set of propositions, and this one may be the best of them all: “Ten propositions on the divine perfections.” As always, Kim’s stylistic elegance captures so much in so little space. While there are certainly more perfections that need to be addressed—e.g., there is nothing on divine simplicity or on the holiness of God—what he offers us is nevertheless full of deep insight. I recommend them highly.

For my part, I think John Webster’s work on the divine perfections is well worth engaging more fully. Webster writes on the immensity, ubiquity, holiness, and love of God in his recent collection of dogmatic essays, Confessing God. Thanks to the provocative post by Kim, I hope to offer some comments in relation to Webster in the future.