- Title Pages
- <i>To William J. Abraham</i>
- 1 The Case Against the Theory of Theology's Fall into Hellenistic Philosophy
- 2 The Christian God <i>v</i>. Passionate Pagan Deities:Impassibility as an Apophatic Qualifier of Divine Emotions
- 3 Docetism Resisted: Christ's Suffering is Real
- 4 Patripassian Controversy Resolved: The Son, not God the Father, Suffered in the Incarnation
- 5 Arianism Opposed:The Word's Divinity is Not Diminished by Involvement in Suffering
- 6 Nestorianism Countered: Cyril's Theology of theDivine Kenosis
- APPENDIX Additional Evidence for the Prevalence of the Theory of Theology's Fall into Hellenistic Philosophy
- Index of Select Biblical References
- General Index
- The Suffering of the Impassible God
- Oxford University Press
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