This coming week (February 6), we continue our discussion of systematic theology with a look at theology proper-- who is God and what is He like? It's been said that there are not enough books and pages in the world to facilitate an adequate discussion of our perfect heavenly Father. Here are a few books that at least gave it a shot-- and a great shot at that.
Engaging the Doctrine of God, Bruce McCormack (McCormack is the editor and includes quite a few different contributors, some of whom you would probably recognize.)
No One Like Him, John S. Feinberg (Will serve as a great addition to your library and your home weight set.)
Knowing God, J. I. Packer (A classic on the doctrine of God; more specifically, on knowing Him.)
The Doctrine of God, Gerald Bray (Pretty heady, extremely challenging.)