"The idea of "studying" God often rubs people up the wrong way. It sounds cold and theoretical, as if God were a frog carcass to dissect in a lab or a set of ideas that we memorise like math[s] proofs. But studying God doesn't have to be like that. You can study him the way you study a sunset that leaves you speechless. You can study him the way a man studies his wife he passionately loves. Does anyone fault him for noting her every like and dislike? Is it clinical for Him to desire to know the thoughts and longings of her heart? Or to want to hear her speak?
Knowledge doesn't have to be dry and lifeless. And when you think about it, exactly what is our alternative? Ignorance? Falsehood?
We're either building our lives on the reality of what God is truly like and what He's about, or we're basing our lives on our own imagination and misconceptions. We're all theologians. The question is whether what we know about God is true."
Josh Harris, Dug Down Deep