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EXPLORE PROCESS THEOLOGY WITH: Thomas Jay Oord in the course Exploring Process Theology among the Varieties of Open and Relational Theologies 9:00 am – 11:00 am, Monday – Friday Open and relational theologies come in many forms. Process theology is one of the best known. But many who embrace beliefs common to open and relational theologies distance themselves from the “process” label. Why is that? What is at stake? What do words like “open,” “relational,” and “process” mean? And where does…Find out more »
The Oldest, Largest, Most Diverse and Inclusive Global Interfaith Event is Coming to Toronto!
We call upon peoples of faith and conscience to stand for a more just, peaceful, and sustainable world and join thousands of interfaith activists from around the world at the 2018 Parliament of the World’s Religions.
Love Beyond Belief™ is a unique and wonderful opportunity for you and your congregation!
Process and Faith is pleased to be partnering with the California-Pacific Conference of the United Methodist Church to present The Rev. Dr. Thandeka and her Love Beyond Belief™ program for church revitalization. Love Beyond Belief™ is a program that equips congregations and their leadership to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of people who strive to revitalize themselves, their churches, and the world.Find out more »
The 2018 AAR Annual Meeting will be held in Denver, Colorado, November 17–20. Information and registration can be found at www.aarweb.org. Stay tuned for more information on process-related events during the conference.Find out more »
We are excited to announce that Process and Faith is launching a new Book Club! From time to time we will be announcing a featured book which we will have for sale in our bookstore, Flux, and which will be discussed in a CST group setting – both in person and online – on announced dates. The first book in this new series is a unique CST edited collaboration between PhD student Andrew M. Davis and Dr. Philip Clayton. How I Found…Find out more »
EXPLORE PROCESS THEOLOGY WITH:
Catherine Keller in the course Political Theology of the Earth: Process Cosmology and Apocalyptic Hope;
Donna Bowman in the course Being Human: Becoming the Best Bag of Bones You Can Be;
Tripp Fuller in the course Christological Trajectories in Process
This conference seeks to explore these issues and more. It will address the fundamentals of process thought and explore the most promising directions for its future and potential impact in areas of theology, religious discourse, and beyond.Find out more »
The 2020 Process Theology Intensive is 1-week concentration that includes three different adventures into process theology. The first segment is a crash course on the fundamentals of process theology. The second segment will focus on putting process theology to work in the world. The third segment will put process theology in conversation with cutting-edge scientific insights.Find out more »
The Process Summer Intensive (TPS3063/3064) is a 1-week exploration that includes three different adventures in process theology. The first segment (taught by Dr. Andrew Davis) explores the philosophical foundations of process thinking. The second segment (taught by Dr. Karen Baker-Fletcher) explores key contributions of process theology to particular theological and religious issues. The third segment (taught by Dr. Jon Gill) explores the implications of process theology to art, social justice movements, and efforts of liberation.Find out more »