To be fair, he’s probably talking about, not a schism in God’s character, but differences in human character and how those characters relate to the Father through subordinate relationship to the Son.
When a person is outside Christ, the Father (and the Son and especially the Holy Spirit) is a consuming fire; when a person is inside Christ, the Father (and the Son and the Spirit) is reconciled to the person.
He has his verbage backward: God (Father or any Person) doesn’t have to be reconciled to us; we must be reconciled to God. That’s a theologically serious error, but it’s pretty normal.
Anyway, how we relate to the action of God makes all the difference to how we perceive the operation of God, even when the operation is entirely the same action (on God’s side of the account). That’s a standard belief which makes fine sense in orthodox theology.
But Henry could be (inadvertently?) schisming the intentions of the Son and the Father, too (which is sadly also common). Is there a link for wider context?