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The Future of Process Theology

July 24 - July 26


Sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fairbanks, Alaska
and the Center for Process Studies

Over the past 90 years since Alfred North Whitehead’s seminal publication, Process and Reality, his relational, open, organic worldview has taken shape in a myriad of unique ways.  It has been said that Process Theology is one of the most important movements in 21st Century American liberal theology, in connection with liberation theology, feminist theology, eco-theology, religious pluralism, religion and science, panpsychism, panentheism, postmodern, and the list goes on. But process theology is not strictly a Christian or Western phenomena. There are religious followers from around the globe who find aspects of process thought illuminating for their own respective traditions. Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, and other thinkers have infused their religiosity with process relational thinking in extremely fruitful ways. But where do we go from here? What will the future of process theology look like?

This conference seeks to explore these issues and more. It will address the fundamentals of process thought and explore the most promising directions for its future and potential impact in areas of theology, religious discourse, and beyond.

Join us in exploring the future of process theology with leading thinkers, including: John Cobb, Andrew Schwartz, Blair Reynolds, Donald Wayne Viney, John M. Sweeney, Libby Ball, Thomas McElvain, Katelynn Carver, Caelyn T. Adams, Matthew S. LoPresti, Daniel R. Siakel, Dwayne Cole, and more!


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Can’t travel to Fairbanks? Join our FREE live stream of the conference at: https://cst.zoom.us/j/496704255





July 24
July 26
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Center for Process Studies


Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fairbanks, Alaska
4448 Pikes Landing Rd
Fairbanks, AK 99709 United States
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