Creative Transformation

A quarterly journal of process-themed essays, liturgies, and reflections.

Creative Transformation takes its name from the belief of process theologians that God's work is always creative and always transformative, and that wherever creative transformation is occurring, God is there. This means that instead of clinging to past formulations of faith and the ways of action that used to work, we are striving to be co-workers with God by seeking new formulation and more effective ways of action. ~John B. Cobb, Jr.

Current Issue

CT 21.3-4 cover

In this issue:

  • Process and Faith Editorial
    by Timothy Murphy
  • Public Administration's Concept of Person-in-Community
    by Margaret Stout and Carrie Staton
  • Community as Home: The Process Perspective on Community Building
    by Margaret Stout
  • Building Community: One on One
    by Rafael Reyes III
  • Person-in-Community
    by John B. Cobb, Jr.
  • Organizing for Our Interrelated Mutual Interest
    by Timothy Murphy
  • Building Powerful Community Organizations
    by Michael Jacoby Brown
  • Book Review—On the Mystery: Discerning Divinity in Process
    reviewed by Justin Heinzekehr
  • Film Review—Choosing Death: 3 Films from the Montreal Festival of World Film
    reviewed by Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki

 

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