... If He is not indifferent, but subject to emotion like us, He must live in a constant state of sorrow when He witnesses human suffering....
If, on the other hand, He is perfectly immutable, He cannot be perturbed by our misery; He must therefore be indifferent. But if He is indifferent, how can He be a loving father? And if He is not immutable, then He takes part in our suffering, and feels sorrow.
January 8, 2013
"The question is not absurd."