This essay was written during my time as a postgraduate student at Heythrop College, London's top institution for theology and philosophy. The essay looks at the problem of whether or not God suffers. I present four principle ways that God could be said to suffer, and discuss each of these in depth, and I try to discern which argument is the most realistic. I finish by presenting possible objections to my favoured argument, and describe how these can be overcome. Complete with footnotes and full bibliography.
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