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God Suffers for Us


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I. A Criterion for the Ascription of Divine Passibility: The Empathy of God.- The Foundation of a Criterion: Agape as the Content of the Christian Faith.- A Definition of the Criterion: The Empathy of God as a Function of Agape.- An Application of the Criterion: The Meaning of Divine Passibility.- II. The Negation of Divine Passibility: An Examination of a Traditional Doctrine of Divine Impassibility.- The Basic Assumptions for the Assertion of Divine Impassibility.- Some of the Serious Objections Against the Ascription of Divine Passibility.- An Examination of the Validity of These Assumptions and Objections in the Light of the Empathy of God.- III. The Affirmation of Divine Passibility: Its Compatibility with the Major Doctrines of the Christian Faith.- Creation and Divine Passibility.- Incarnation and Divine Passibility.- Atonement and Divine Passibility.- The Holy Spirit and Divine Passibility.- The Trinity and Divine Passibility.- IV. An Application of Divine Passibility: The Overcoming of our Suffering in the Fellowship of Divine and Human Suffering.- The Fellowship of Divine and Human Suffering.- Overcoming Human Suffering in Divine Suffering.- Appendix: A Theological Method: An Analogy of Faith.- Biblical Justification for an Analogy of Faith.- The Application and Development of the Analogy of Faith in the Theology of Karl Barth.- The Significance of the Analogy of Faith for the Problem of Divine Passibility.

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