The classical doctrine of God has received lavish attention from Christian scholars in the past few years, particularly among Protestants. Much of this renewed focus has been concerned with expositing the attributes of God.
The One Creator God in Thomas Aquinas and Contemporary Theology, written by Michael J. Dodds, differs from recent work in a couple of key respects. Its scope is both broader and narrower—the former because it addresses more than the attributes of God, and the latter because it focuses exclusively on Thomas Aquinas. The result is an introductory yet robust discussion of the divine nature as a whole, including God’s knowledge, life, will, and love, among other topics.