Here is a post by one of my favorite scholars. He is no stranger to controversy, and in this post on his blog he offers an insightful critique of the traditional view of God.
I don’t want to spoil his point for you, so let me generalize. His point has to do with the implications of how God experiences time affects our relationship with Him (God). For my two cents i think that he is on target for the most part. However, i’m hoping to examine Barthians more on this, who have argued that what is needed to overcome the classical view of God is not philosophical precision but a more robust Christology, involving taking his humanity seriously. I think that they might be onto something, but at the present time i’m with the author of the post.