Conviction for Sin
This article addresses the matter of conviction for sin. It is here noted that conviction in itself does not necessarily mean that one will truly repent.
An Evangelical Reformulation of the Doctrine of the Immutability of God
How should the immutability of God be understood? This essay briefly examines the biblical evidence that speaks most clearly on God's immutability. Next, the author proposes senses of mutability and immutability that may be attributed to God. Is it possible for God to "repent"? Divine impassibility is also discussed in this context.
God Does Not Repent Like a Man
God regretted, or repented, that he made Saul king (1 Samuel 15:11), for Saul had turned back from following the Lord. God's repentance was His reaction to Saul's disobedience.