Are anger and wrath attributes of God? Part two

Mel Wild is brilliant and inspiring. When we are breaking free from the western religious paradigms of an angry God (who is akin to molech and the stuff of mythology), it can feel so lonely. The roots of heritical penal doctrines run under the surface of our culture and are tangled in our confused minds. Then a light shines in the darkness…Mel Wild is a very bright light. Enjoy.

In My Father's House

Cross_lightning_loveWe’ve been faithfully questioning our assumptions about the anger and wrath of God. Last time, I made the point that they should not be considered attributes because God does not eternally express these emotions within the Godhead. (If you have not read part one, please read that before continuing on here.)

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