The secret of Almighty God is most appropriately an elucidation of the unity of God, tying the confidence of the congregation to the bedrock of Israel’s admission of the LORD of the agreement, the LORD of our Lord Jesus Christ. The teaching of celestial characteristics, at that point, is set out as a reflection on Holy Scripture: the One God as inescapable, supreme, and omniscient, and all these as articulations of the Love who is God. Efficient religious philosophy must make intense cases about its information and administration of this One LORD: the Invisible God must be seen and known in the unmistakable. Along these lines, God and God’s connection to creation are recognized—however not isolated—from Christology, the principle of excellencies from reclamation. The LORD God will be viewed as good with animals, and the awesome culminations express formally particular and remarkable relations to the world.
This deliberate religious philosophy, at that point, starts from the treatise De Deo Uno and builds up the authoritative opinion of the Trinity as a statement of celestial unicity, on which will depend creation, Christology, and ecclesiology. At last, the otherworldly magnificence who is God can be realized just in love and applause.
Systematic Theology: The Doctrine of God, Volume 1.