I was listening to a lecture on the Revelation by D.A. Carson the other day and he says in there that wrath is not an attribute of God like love. Wrath, he says, is an outworking of God's holiness rather than an attribute of God like love (ref. 1 John 4:8). This wasn't shocking to me, but slightly interesting simply because I had always thought that wrath was an eternal attribute of God. I got this, I believe, from Jonathan Edwards' The End For Which God Created The World, where in, I believe, he says that God created the world to manifest the full display of his attributes, including the reprobate for his wrath and the elect for his mercy and grace. Can you guys help me out here? Thanks!