“When God is set forth as the object of theology, he is not to be regarded as God in himself (for thus he is incomprehensible to us), but as revealed and as he has been pleased to manifest himself to us in his word. . . . He is our God. . . not only as the object of knowledge, but also of worship.” Frances Turretin

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