Process Theology (Guides For The Perplexed Series)
As part of Contiuum's "Guide for the Perplexed" series, this text provides an accessible introduction to process theology, aimed at nurturing the theological imagination of undergraduates, pastors and interested laypersons. It describes the major themes of process theology and relate...
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As part of Contiuum's "Guide for the Perplexed" series, this text provides an accessible introduction to process theology, aimed at nurturing the theological imagination of undergraduates, pastors and interested laypersons. It describes the major themes of process theology and relate them to the everyday lives and spiritual commitments of people today. In addition to addressing traditional theological issues, Epperly addresses cutting edge issues in theology and ethics such as pluralism and postmodernism, matters of life and death, science (technology and genetics), and emerging forms of Christianity. This text is designed for seminary and university classes as well as congregational study. It will help readers to overcome the obstacles created by the technical language often employed by process theologians.
Bruce G. Epperly is Director of Continuing Education and Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. A minister of the United Church of Christ and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), he is author of many books, including "God's Touch: Faith, Wholeness, and the Healing Miracles of Jesus" and "Walking in the Light: A Jewish Christan Vision of Healing and Wholeness", cowritten with Rabbi Lewis Solomon.
- 1) What Is Process Theology And Why Is It So Perplexing?; 2) The Problem With Language. 3) Knowing God; 4) God The Companion; 5) Trinity In Process; 6) Christ In A Pluralistic Age; 7) The Human Adventure; 8) What Does It Mean To Be Saved?; 9) Everlasting Life; 10) The Problem Of Evil; 11) Faith And Science; 12) Process Ethics; 13) Process Church; 14) The Future Of Process Theology.