The God That Bleeds
“[Impassibility] means, not that God is impassive and unfeeling (a frequent misunderstanding), but that no created beings can inflict pain, suffering and distress on Him at their own will. In so far as God enters into suffering and grief (which Scripture’s many anthropopathisms, plus the fact of the cross, show that he does), it is by His own deliberate decision; He is never His creatures’ hapless victim. The Christian mainstream has construed impassibility as meaning not that God is a stranger to joy and delight, but rather that his joy is permanent, clouded by no involuntary pain.” 
I strongly disagree with this statement.
I know my position is controversial to some; however, to not be confused that I fully endorse aspects of certain theologies, I do affirm that God’s Eternal Character never changes. God’s optional choices for a situation do not change His character. I have 4 objections against this definition of impassibility: