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Sort order. Sep 27, Brent McCulley rated it it was amazing Shelves: theology. Easily the best book I have read up until this point. This is a serious theological companion of some excellent scholars discussing impassibility. I am grateful to have read Gavrilyuk and Weinandy, both of whom contributed essays in this companion, before embarking on this one.
Bruce McCormack's essay on Barth was also brilliant. This was also awesome because it is contemporary, only a few years old. I can't wait to be able to jump in myself into the contemporary discussion on divine impassibili Easily the best book I have read up until this point.
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