It’s amazing the amount of energy and time very intelligent people spend on doing “theology” “without Christ”. If it were me, I’d change the article to read “3 Problems of divine simplicity without Christ.” I’ve always wondered when these philosophers would ever consider the Incarnation and how this absolutely simple substance (or relation or whatever) can have an enhypostatic human nature. And I just had to chuckle somewhat at the “traditional part of Christianity” montra. I shake my head wondering if someday these folks will ever wake up and make life a little easier on them with a wholesale rejection of the doctrine in the first place. It’s not a part of the authentic Tradition and never was.