Justo González and the Politics of Impassibility | TC Moore

photoFellow open theist blogger TC Moore has an interesting post well worth reading over at Theological Graffiti. He reviews and discusses Justo González’s Manana: Christian Theology from a Hispanic Perspective (Abingdon, 1990). Even as fellow open theists, TC and we don’t see eye to eye on everything, but we’re glad he made this review available. It’s extremely relevant and worth digesting. He highlights important issues re: the nature of divine suffering and the sociocultural influences TC believes (with González) are responsible for the corruption of biblical belief along the lines of immutability. Not a position we agree with, but still an important part of any discussion re: the views ancient Christians held regarding impassibility.

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2 comments on “Justo González and the Politics of Impassibility | TC Moore

  1. T. C. says:

    Thanks for the plug Tom. Just a couple notes: This post is part one of a series and I just posted part 2 today: http://www.theologicalgraffiti.com/Justo-Gonzalez-Politics-of-Impassibility-Part-2

    Also, Mañana was written in 1990, not 2010. (http://astore.amazon.com/theograff-20/detail/0687230675)

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