One of those things I first thought at least a decade ago finds expression in the printed word:
The idea of God as a being who is unchanging, omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent and thus always right is more of a philosophical rendering than a biblical one. In metaphysical theology God is thought to be the perfect being, and perfection is related to the realm of total knowledge, total power, total presence, and absolute oneness. In contrast, the God we encounter in the Judeo-Christian scripturesseems much more dynamic and messy.
-Peter Rollins, The Fidelity of Betrayal, p. 189, n. 28
What do you think?