“I, even I, am the Lord; and beside Me there is no saviour.”
“To whom then will ye liken God? or what likeness will ye compare unto Him?”
Bavinck Herman – The Greatness of God, from Our Reasonable Faith, 1956, p. 132-134
The Doctrine and Existence of God, HTML, 1949, 19 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology
The Knowability of God, HTML, 1949, 16 paragraphs, from his Systematic Theology
Historical Theology Article on the Knowledge of God
Muller, Richard – “Duplex cognitio dei” in the Theology of Early Reformed Orthodoxy 1979 12 pp. The article can be read for free if one opens up a JSTOR account.
The Latin means ‘the two-fold knowledge of God’, referring to Calvin’s phrase and idea that:
“…in the fashioning of the universe as in the general teaching of Scripture the Lord shows himself to be simply the creator. Then in the face of Christ he shows himself the Redeemer.”
Bavinck, Herman – The Doctrine of God Buy 407 pp.