Next week we begin our cross-pollination activities to make people aware of the amazing opportunity to be a part of the 2012 Emergent Theological Conversation that will be held in Claremont, CA from January 31 – February 2.
We will be posting guest blogs around the internet as well as responding to questions here.
If you want to get ready for that – or are looking for a little Turkey-Week reading, here are two places to start:
“What_Is_Process_Theology” is a classic little starter by Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki
“GodBeyondOrthodoxy-r3” : Process Theology for the 21st Century by Philip Clayton
until then, you can post your questions or thoughts here. Thanks for helping us get ready for this. The comments and conversations have been wonderful.
There is, however, in the Galilean origin of Christianity yet another suggestion which does not fit very well with any of the three main strands of thought. It does not emphasize the ruling Caesar, or the ruthless moralist, or the unmoved mover. It dwells upon the tender elements in the world, which slowly and in quietness operate by love; and it finds purpose in the present immediacy of a kingdom not of this world. Love neither rules, nor is it unmoved; -Whitehead