For millennia, people have considered change to be the most fundamental human experience.
And yet many Western expressions of faith became static and exclusive. Process theology describes a faith that starts with our experiences. It offers a world view that honors multiple faith traditions. It gives a way of believing that doesn’t blame God or the devil for the bad things that happen. It takes seriously our ability to make a new world.
But it’s been hard to learn process theology. Some students of religion were exposed to these ideas in college or graduate school. For in-depth learning, people around the world had to travel to a small city in southern California to study at Claremont School of Theology and the Center for Process Studies. Or they try to wade through large tomes of dense philosophical language.
You'll learn more than the theological concepts
I've taught process theology to graduate students for over 15 years. I've served as Co-Director for the Center for Process Studies and as Director for Process and Faith. I've been lauded for being able to present process theology in accessible language and ideas. And I want to offer information about this theology of change to anyone who is seeking another way forward.
Covering these six critical concepts for a foundation in process theology, a theology with change at the core of its ideas
There is something in this course for everyone, whether you are a grad student in religious studies, a Sunday School or Bible Study faithful, or even mildly curious about what studying. theology looks like.
Rev. Dr. Monica Coleman offers an accessible course on a theology for those seeking a less dogmatic faith, desiring a renewed sense of God in the world.
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