Process Theology or Process Yoga? Part 3b of 3

by Darren Iammarino, Point 4: (How Do We Practice Process Yoga?) If there are multiple religious ultimates—so more than just God—then there are multiple pathways of salvation or perhaps, one must trod all of these paths. It means we may need meditation as much as we need prayer. However, what needs to matter most with this…

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Process Theology or Process Yoga? Part 3a of 3

by Darren Iammarino Point 3: (Too Christian) There is no good reason why Process thought ought to be so tightly linked to Christianity. In fact, all this has achieved is confusion and a dilution of the greatness of the Christian tradition and the Process tradition. If you keep Process under the banner of Christianity as…

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Process Theology or Process Yoga? Part 2 of 3

by Darren Iammarino Point 2 (Too Academic): My primary concern with this second article is to suggest possibilities for moving process thought forward. This brings us to point number 2; for a listing of the four points, please refer to the previous blog post in this series: Process Theology or Process Yoga Part 1. The…

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Process Theology or Process Yoga (Part 1 of 3)

by  Darren Iammarino What is the first thing that most people think of when they hear the phrase: Process Theology? My experience has shown that the answers are the following: that sounds too academic, too complex, too intellectual, and, it seems boring. Now go out to some of those same people and tell them that…

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HOW TO MOTIVATE MILLENIALS

By Darren Iammarino Millennials are a unique group. If you are a Baby Boomer or a Gen X’er you probably find it difficult to relate to today’s youth. I was born in 1981, in a gray area between Gen X and the Millennials and therefore, I feel that I have the unique advantage of being…

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