The fact that God’s self-disclosure is couched linguistically in the same personal terms in which we talk about ourselves and is therefore intelligible to us does not mean that God must have misrepresented Himself in what He has said. What it means, rather, is that in our personhood and in our capacity to give and receive verbal communication, we are less unlike God than perhaps we thought.
The Adequacy of Human Language, JI Packer, 214 (Inerrancy, ed. Norman Geisler)