Some Thoughts on a Biblical View of Anger: A Response

Volume
Volume 2
Issue
Fall 1974
Title
Some Thoughts on a Biblical View of Anger: A Response
Abstract

A response to Pedersen's article concerning a biblical view of anger. Pedersen's argument that anger in God is an emotion and that anger in man is only wrong when misdirected or excessive is supported. But the argument that anger as a result of personal offense is acceptable finds no justification in Scripture. Such offenses are to be accepted as part of the Christian's lot of suffering. The proper Christian response involves turning the offense and the offender over to God who alone can properly judge the offense and its underlying motives.

Author
C.E., Jr. Cerling
Pages
266 - 268
Price
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