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CPS Student Seminar: Bradford McCall
April 24 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm PDT
“Necessary, Kenotically-donated, & Self-giving Love”
Bradford McCall argues for a notion of love that is necessarily kenotically-donated, self-giving, creative, and uncontrolling. In so doing, he uses several of Thomas Jay Oord’s texts as a launching point, and will aim at substantiating that this necessary, kenotically-donated, self-giving, creative, and uncontrolling love is fundamentally an empowerment of the other and allows for the interactivity of matter and the godhead, since it is principally pneumatologically derived by an imbibification of primal, undifferentiated matter with the Spirit of God. As McCall argues, the utmost expression of love is the utmost gift of the self.
Watch live at https://cst.zoom.us/j/366845460
Bradford McCall is a PhD student in Process Studies at Claremont School of Theology. He has three previous Master degrees and is currently finishing coursework and preparing to write his dissertation on the evolutionary advance of nature with respect to four contingentist individuals who broadly dialogue in theology & science matters: Philip Clayton, Arthur Peacocke, Stephen Jay Gould, and Thomas Jay Oord. He has published many peer-reviewed articles and has also published two books: A Modern Relation of Theology & Science Assisted by Emergence & Kenosis (Wipf & Stock, 2017), and God & Gravity: A Philip Clayton Reader on Science and Theology (Cascade, 2018).