According to the kabbalists, the attributes of God relate to each other in a scripted way.
The medieval mystics made a distinction between the infinite, unknowable God and God's revealed aspects.
An overview of medieval philosophic and kabbalistic approaches to God.
Beliefs & Practices
The Guide for the Perplexed tells us more about what God isn't than what God is.
Written in 933, The Book of Beliefs and Opinions provided rational analysis of God and Judaism, setting a precedent for medieval philosophers.
Like many medieval Jewish thinkers, Maimonides formulated his own proofs for the existence of God.