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Cook, Robin.
Languages: English
Types: Doctoral thesis
Subjects: BL
Since the idea that God is loving is a non-negotiable part of Christian theism, it is important that the impassibilist try to show that the idea of a loving but impassible God is intelligible. Particular problems in this respect include conceptually reconciling the undisturbed blessedness of God's life with His care and concern for the world; trying to explain how a God who cannot have subjective experiences of suffering and emotion can fully understand the human condition; finding a suitable analogy for divine love from human experiences of love; and showing that the idea of love does not essentially involve emotions
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