On Process Theology

I’ve been reading a good bit about Process Theology lately. Lots of essays online, and John Cobb’s Process Theology. I like Process Theology (and Process Philosophy) because I find it to be honest about our actual, real-world experiences, and to not depart from that honesty when hypothesizing about God and the nature of ultimate reality.…More

Hartshorne on God

From what I understand, Charles Hartshorne broke the first ground on synthesizing Alfred North Whitehead’s process philosophy into some kind of digestible theology. The following selection comes from his book Omnipotence and Other Theological Mistakes (1984). In Plato’s Republic one finds the proposition: God, being perfect, cannot change (not for the better, since “perfect” means that there…More