That is what no less than Charles Hodge said about the following quote:
“God is a Spirit, infinite, eternal, and unchangeable, in His being, wisdom, power, holiness, justice, goodness, and truth.”
Where is that definition found?
The Westminster Shorter Catechism Q.4. (“What is God?”)
Not only did Hodge give high praise to that particular question in the above quote (see title of this post), but he went a lot further than that.
If you look at the table of contents of his 3-volume Systematic Theology, you will notice that he actually uses Westminster Shorter Catechism Q.4 as an outline of sorts for nearly his entire treatment of the attributes of God (p.376-439 in particular). He goes through every word in the definition (i.e. Spirit, infinite, eternal, unchangeable, etc.) one by one and provides a detailed treatment of each one!
Clearly Dr. Hodge held the Shorter Catechism (and all of the Westminster Standards) in very high regard, particularly Q.4.
Take some time to dig into the Shorter Catechism. You will be glad that you did!