I am 72 years, panentheist, trained as a Doctor of Public Health and worked as a professor in epidemiology, biostatistics, public health and related disciplines until retirement in 2013. I stumbled upon Alan Watt's book "The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are" about 55 years ago, and have studied Zen Buddhism, Baha'i, Kabbalah, and other pathways. I currently belong to a Center for Spiritual Living and a Reform Synagogue. I only recently discovered Process Theology and feel a strong connection to the ideas of Charles Hartshorne and want to deeply dive into Process Theology.
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