Paul Gavrilyuk on Paradoxical Christology and Divine Impassibility

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  1. Dana Ames says:

    Thanks for the article, Father; very helpful.
    I think the trend toward the modern rejection of impassibility of God arises from the discomfort with the concept that arose in the West of God the Father as totally transcendent and other (and necessarily punishing), esp. after the Holocaust and in the age of psychology. As Fr Stephen has written, God doesn’t have a psychology 🙂

    Dana

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