Catching the Divine Breath in the Paschal Mystety: An Essay on the (Im)passibility of God, in honor of Elizabeth Johnson

Hughes III, Robert Davis
September 2011
Anglican Theological Review;Fall2011, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p527
Academic Journal
An essay regarding the impassability of God is presented. It states that the involvement of God in the suffering of the world is one of the most lasting questions in theology during the dogmatic formation. It says that a debate continues as emerging church fight with the humanity and divinity of Jesus as revealed in the gospel. It adds that the tension on the controversies about the impassibility God continues, but the discussion has been shaped by revival of Trinitarian theology.


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