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HISTORY of Christian Theology

One of the attributes of God taught by Plato that God cannot suffer, and is without body, parts or passions. Greek culture valued reason and viewed passions as a weakness because one is moved by an outside force (e-motion). Accordingly, God suffers no passions and nothing can be done to move or change the will of an all-powerful, all-knowing god. This concept was adopted by many early Christians and was integral to some of their creeds. In Western medieval theology this attribute is also ascribed to glorified bodies in the resurrection, along with agility, clarity, and subtlety.

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