God without Passions: A Primer: A Practical and Pastoral Study of Divine Impassibility
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“It is important to know God and worship him as he has revealed himself to us. This book is offered to supply an important piece of God’s self-revelation that, though confessed and treasured by the church throughout the ages, has become unclear due to neglect. I have included study questions in order to highlight key elements of this topic for your own personal thought and to encourage discussion in group studies. It’s one thing to hear someone else answer questions. It’s another to answer them for yourself. May God use this book to enrich your understanding of him as he has revealed himself in Scripture and to increase your appreciation of the truths the church has confessed throughout history.
Perhaps you find the doctrine of divine impassibility to be one of those doctrines that is less clear or less known to you. This primer is designed to give a simple, clear, and practical presentation of the doctrine of divine impassibility for everyone from the pulpit to the pew. In fact, this material was originally presented as six sermons to Trinity Reformed Baptist Church where I am a pastor.” --- Samuel Renihan, from the Preface
"God Without Passions: a Primer is the most important theological book most Christians don’t know they need to read. The theological terrain of divine impassibility is dangerous, often leading to a view of God that is either temperamental or altogether unfeeling. But pastor Sam Renihan leads us safely through to the open pastures of God’s true character where certainty and safety abound." --- Joe Thorn
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