Often I would say yeah, it is easy to miss the magnitude of truths that we deal with in our studies. Just the other day I was reading through Richard Swinburne’s (Oxford philosopher) Existence of God where he was discussing God’s maximal simplicity. Just watching him walk through the attributes of God and explaining them in a philosophical manner was very enriching to me.
I don’t say that because what I was reading was so interesting that it left some emotional mark inside me, but rather that philosophy has an interesting way of expressing theology, or understanding it to be it in a better way. In that sense, the character of God being explained to me in that sort of fashion was quite humbling.
So, I would say that truths pertaining to theology, philosophy, science, and the like, they all have enriching things to say about the character of God. Theology in its exhaustive peculiarity and analysis of God is far more interesting I think than what philosophy or science can offer, but nonetheless, these disciplines all in their respects give us insights into the majesty of God. A reflection of that is surely more heart than head oriented.