Call for Papers: SSPP at APA

The Society for the Study of Process Philosophies is issuing a call for papers for its meeting at the APA-Eastern convention in New York City from January 7-10, 2019. Papers can be in any area of process thought.   A CALL FOR PAPERS is being issued on this year’s theme: ‘Process’ and Related Concepts. Submissions are…

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Call for Papers: 5th European Summer School in Process Thought

The Faculty of Arts of the University of South Bohemia is proud to be hosting the 5th European Summer School in Process Thought, which will be devoted to a wide range of aesthetic themes and problems considered from the point of view of process thought. “AESTHETICS AND PROCESS PHILOSOPHY” Whitehead uses aesthetic notions in a very…

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Process Course on Lent

Nine Promises of Lent Led by Patricia Adams Farmer and Jay McDaniel Wednesday, February 14 – Friday, March 30   The season of Lent is filled with promise. That is, Lent comes to us each year with fertile possibilities for spiritual growth and creative transformation. Not only Christians, but people of all faiths or no…

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Call for Papers: Open Theology

Open Theology invites submissions for the topical issue “Intersubjectivity and Reciprocal Causality within Contemporary Understanding of the God-World Relationship,” edited by Joseph A. Bracken (Xavier University, USA). Description Relationality and intersubjectivity are terms frequently used in contemporary systematic theology. Both terms seemingly presuppose a more socially oriented approach to reality, a new awareness of the…

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Process Perspectives 40.1

The latest issue of Process Perspectives is available online! This issue is all about art, beauty, and design. It features work by Sinan von Stietencron, Patricia Adams Farmer, and Jesse Turri in addition to updates about recent CPS programs and process news from around the world. Process Perspectives is available online at no cost. If you…

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New Book: Divine Echoes by Mark Karris

 Can we engage in prayer that is more effective, less harmful, and doesn’t make God look bad? Theologian, therapist, and ordained pastor Mark Karris offers a first-of-a-kind book that explores petitionary prayer alongside theodicy, social justice, and personal moral responsibility. Is petitionary prayer an archaic and superstitious practice better left for old-time religious folk? Is…

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New Book on Whitehead

The Quantum of Explanation advances a bold new theory of how explanation ought to be understood in philosophical and cosmological inquiries. Using a complete interpretation of Alfred North Whitehead’s philosophical and mathematical writings and an interpretive structure that is essentially new, Auxier and Herstein argue that Whitehead has never been properly understood, nor has the depth…

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The (Process) Theology Nerd Book Giveaway

The Center for Process Studies, Process Century Press and Homebrewed Christianity are giving away a process theology and philosophy library. Enter to win 20 books to start or add to your collection. Titles include: Reason & Reenchantment: The Philosophical, Religious, & Political Thought of David Ray Griffin, edited by John B. Cobb, Jr., Richard Falk, and Catherine Keller An Axiological Process…

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New Book with Thomas Jay Oord

What if God is not in control? And what if this lack of control isn’t because God is weak or uninvolved? What if, instead, God’spowerful and universal love is inherently? In this book, more than eighty writers explore uncontrolling love, an idea first suggested by Thomas Jay Oord in his award-winning work, The Uncontrolling Love…

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New Process Book by Daniel P. Coleman

Presence and Process: A Path Toward Transformative Faith and Inclusive Community By Daniel P. Coleman The North American Christian church of the early twenty-first century finds itself in a period of decline. A growing percentage of young adults are not entering the front doors of churches while at the same time older and previously dedicated…

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