Category Archives: Process Theology

Process Theology — More Resources

Here are some additional resources related to Process Theology The Center for Process Studies website, affiliated with Claremont School of Theology: http://processandfaith.org/ As is often the case, a detractor, in this case Roger E. Olson, an evangelical Baptist, captures quite well … Continue reading

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Process Theology Class — Lifetime Homework

Here is the (optional?) lifetime homework assignment: Pay attention to examples of the good — of love made manifest Set your aims to create more love in the world

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Process Theology Class — Slides from Third Session

Here are the slides from the third (and last) session of the Process Theology class offered Feb 2014 at First Unitarian Church in Portland (OR),Process_Theology Part_III

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Process Theology Class — Homework for February 18

Once again, the homework is optional, but strongly encouraged as it will inform our conversation during the class, when we will talk about implications of Process Theology for stewardship and justice-making. Consider how Process Theology calls us to be in … Continue reading

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Process Theology Class — Slides from Second Session

Here are the PowerPoint slides from the second session of the Process Theology class on February 11, 2014, at First Unitarian Church in Portland (OR). Process Theology Part II.

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“Taking Freedom Seriously” a Sermon by Charles Hartshorne

My colleague in ministry, the Rev. Ron Robinson, recently posted photos of the original manuscript of a sermon given by Charles Hartshorne in 1981, “Taking Freedom Seriously.” This is an excellent and quite accessible explanation of Hartshorne’s Process Theology, and … Continue reading

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Process Theology Class — Homework for February 11

I approach learning with an androgogical frame. That is, we are adult learners, responsible for seeking out resources, choosing how to use them, and taking responsibility for our own learning. Hence the homework is optional… though I hope you will … Continue reading

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