"The Attributes of God, Volume 1" is a sermon series/Bible study on the attributes of God. Tozer quoted from sources that used old English, which sometimes slowed the reading a little for me, but the main text was very easy to read and understand. A Bible study was included at the back of the book for those desiring to use this book as a group Bible study. The content is fully relevant to today's world.
Tozer looked to Scripture to answer "What is God like?" and he came to balanced, Bible-based conclusions. By balanced, I mean that he didn't let one attribute dominate the others but viewed them as being in perfect harmony with each other. He made a lot of strong comments, some of which are bound to offend some people, but probably not the type of people who would pick up this book.
Overall, I thought he made some excellent, thought-provoking points. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, and I'd recommend it to others...perhaps as a devotional reading?
The attributes covered in this volume were: God's infinitude, immensity, goodness, justice, mercy, grace, omnipresence, immanence, holiness and perfection.
Of course this is well known classic, and most ChristianBook readers will know Aidan Tozer's work. For me, when I first read it years ago, this book laid a foundational understanding of some of God's most important characteristics, as well as making me think differently about the absolute nature of God. "All love", Tozer says, "is God's love." Of course it is. How could love exist and be separated from God. I had never thought in that way before. When I discovered this volume missing from my book shelves I had to rebuy it. Receiving it again was like having an old and much-valued friend return.