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The apathetic God : exploring the contemporary relevance of divine impassibility

Author: Daniel Castelo
Publisher: Milton Keynes, U.K. ; Colorado Springs, Colo. : Paternoster, 2009.
Series: Paternoster theological monographs.
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Title: The apathetic God : exploring the contemporary relevance of divine impassibility /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Castelo
ISBN: 9781842275368; 1842275364
Notes: Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references ([146]-152) and indexes.
Content: The state of the question today -- The battle for biblical support -- A heretical and Orthodox divine attribute -- Moltmann and the limits of trinitarian passibility -- The impassible Christ -- Impassibility and discipleship.
Description: xvi, 156 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The state of the question today -- The battle for biblical support -- A heretical and Orthodox divine attribute -- Moltmann and the limits of trinitarian passibility -- The impassible Christ -- Impassibility and discipleship.
Responsibility: Daniel Castelo ; foreword by Thomas G. Weinandy.
Year: 2009.
Publisher: Milton Keynes, U.K. ; Colorado Springs, Colo. : Paternoster,
Standard Numbers: National Library: 015435052
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: BT153.S8; Dewey No.: 231
Series: Paternoster theological monographs; Variation: Paternoster theological monographs.
OCLC No.: 434569044
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