Hating the Way Jesus Hates – Why more believers need the courage to get angry at sin: Students in psychology, literature. the neurosciences, political science and other disciplines may find this interview applicable to the proper role of affect in Christian vocation. Aristotle defines “inirascibility,” as a deficit in anger which means not being angry when you should be. Sinful anger does not trust God, while godly anger does. The difference is that godly anger is loving. It’s not about feeling self-righteous.