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Divine impassibility : an essay in philosophical theology
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ISBN: 0521303176 Year: 1986 Publisher: Cambridge Cambridge University press,

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God and human suffering : an exercise in the theology of the cross
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ISBN: 0806622237 Year: 1986 Publisher: Minneapolis (Minn.): Augsburg publ. house,

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Embracing vulnerability : human and divine
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ISBN: 1625646542 9781625646545 Year: 2014 Publisher: Eugene, Oregon Pickwick Publications

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The passion of God : divine suffering in contemporary protestant theology.
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ISBN: 0865541582 Year: 1985 Publisher: Macon Mercer University Press,


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Analyse und Auseinandersetzung mit der Theologie des Schmerzes Gottes von Kazoh Kitamori.
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ISBN: 3820466584 Year: 1980 Publisher: Frankfurt am Main Lang,


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Divine impassibility and the mystery of human suffering
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ISBN: 0802863477 9780802863478 Year: 2009 Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. Eerdmans

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"The question of whether or not God suffers - whether his very deity places him beyond the reach of suffering and evil - has serious implications for how we can correctly perceive human suffering. Though classical doctrine long held that God is impassible - that is, he does not suffer - most twentieth-century theologians have asserted just the opposite, declaring that God does indeed suffer and in so doing shows true solidarity with the suffering of human beings. Some contemporary theologians, however, have begun to argue forcefully once again in favor of divine impassibility." "James F. Keating and Thomas Joseph White have gathered here a selection of essays that consider how God's suffering or lack thereof can relate to our redemption from and through human suffering. The contributors - Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox - tread carefully but surely over this thorny ground, defending diverse and often opposing perspectives. Divine Impassibility and the Mystery of Human Suffering is an excellent contribution to the latest stage in this difficult and important theological controversy."--Jacket.

A different God : a christian view of suffering.
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ISBN: 9068316532 Year: 1995 Volume: 17 Publisher: Louvain Peeters,

The suffering of the impassible God : the dialectics of patristic thought.
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ISBN: 0199269823 Year: 2004 Volume: *9 Publisher: Oxford Oxford university press,


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Dieu souffre-t-il?
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ISBN: 2249601089 Year: 1976 Publisher: Paris Lethielleux,

The creative suffering of God
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ISBN: 0198266863 Year: 1988 Publisher: Oxford Clarendon,

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