I think Gebre got his answer. I don't feel like getting into these tedious arguments. In the OO forum, Gebre asked about whether God can die. The answer is yes, in human form. That is why God is incarnate, so that He can have a body capable of human death. The Son of God (not the Father, not the Holy Spirit) was incarnate, died, and rose from the dead, and experienced all things human that we may be engrafted in the Triune relationship as sons to the Father by the Holy Spirit resting in us as it rested in Christ.
God hungered, God suffered, God died, God rose from the dead, all of which work in synergy with the will of the Father by the Holy Spirit, that the will of the Son may be the will of all mankind. The human faculty of willing is necessary to be confessed, that we also may have the human faculty of willing deified in Christ. And thus our wills become deified, or "divine wills" as we conform in Christ to the Father by the Spirit.
That is the central theme of OO understanding in all of this. Muslims believe in a God that has no communion with man. God cannot dwell in man, let alone dwell in the world. God has to create intermediaries for communication with man for his "betterment" (Arianism) turning God into a morally dictating being, which mankind must follow morally. Eternal life is only a "created" life given to men forever in a paradise filled with physical pleasures. This mindset is what makes a Muslim unable to understand the spiritual depth of communion with God, and how God intimately unites Himself to us through Christ.