Note: This is part two of a series of five posts about God. These were originally written as an RCIA presentation about God the Father. These posts are in an expanded form, and the presentation as given does not necessarily follow the posts exactly. I was constrained in the presentation itself to keep the time to under about 45 minutes or so, and to be somewhat conversational (sine it was their first formal session). Here is the full written transcript, which goes beyond what I did in the presentation. Part 1 is posted here.
My previous post concerning God concluded by saying that not only does He exist, but He also sustains our existence. Not only is He the fullness of Truth, the Perfection of Beauty, and the Highest Good, but He is also the source of all three of these things. Not only did He once create the world, but He continues to create it now. You may be wondering, after all this, Who or What is God? Who is this Creator Who cares enough for us to keep us in existence, and even to occasionally suspend or alter the very laws of the universe which He sustains? I’ve hopefully shed a little light on the subject with some of these apologetics—God is omnipotent, omniscient, omnibenevolent; God is loving, creative, and eternal; He is perfect and infinite and indivisible. These are all some facts about God, but they don’t necessarily tell us Who or What He is.
Read the rest on the Nicene Guys Site.