Illuminarias starts by describing itself as an “evolving series of essays. https://goo.gl/ojgp5V
God is not in control https://goo.gl/pe9fEB
Interesting book that I want to read…..http://goo.gl/tKqgpN
A recent book by Thomas Jay Oord that presents God’s love as non-controlling has me thinking about how we might imagine this idea at its fullest extension. Tom’s rigorous way of following this line of thinking to a surprising conclusion left me wondering if we need to exercise our imaginations considerably more than usual to consider how much divine love can actually accomplish.
I like this….
Life in God as a Never Ending Journey http://goo.gl/riC9SS
The 8 Points of Process Theology http://goo.gl/cYHzn5
God of Becoming and Relationship, The Dynamic Nature of Process Theology by Bradley Shavit Artson | I’m really enjoying this book, the author writes in a very readable fashion while explaining awesome complex ideas. Process Theology makes a lot of sense to me…..https://goo.gl/dglJ0K
Twenty Key Ideas in Process Thought http://goo.gl/LjMa2
Great article on the Jesus Jazz and Buddhism site | Twenty Key Ideas in Process Thought
We Make the Road by Walking: A Year-Long Quest for Spiritual Formation, Reorientation, and Activation http://goo.gl/6bDPAB
McLaren provides a Genesis-to-Revelation overview of the Bible that will guide readers through a year of traditional practices for multiple settings: home churches, individual studies, congregations, classes, retreats, or simply a rich reading experience.
Embracing A Beautiful God: Tenth Anniversary Edition http://goo.gl/C7xrte
Within these fifty-two short, imaginative, and often humorous essays lies a lively “spirituality of Beauty” from the tradition of process theology. A book to be read aloud or savored as a daily meditation, it will appeal to readers from a variety of spiritual traditions. This Tenth Anniversary Edition includes a new preface by the author.
The Seven Deadly Sins: A Visitor’s Guide http://goo.gl/UIBavG
Sloth, envy, gluttony, greed, anger, lust, and pride: when and how were they first identified? Who grouped them together? Can we truly resist their pull? Renowned theologian Lawrence Cunningham explores these questions and others in his newest book.
Process Theology: A Guide for the Perplexed http://goo.gl/8MZdi2
As part of Contiuums 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.
Jesus, Jazz, and Buddhism….
JJB is a global community of scholars and friends who are interested in food, music, art, religion, philosophy, education, science, and sustainable community. Jesus represents kindness; jazz represents creativity; Buddhism represents interconnectedness…. http://goo.gl/gwccO
Here is one I need to read later: Carl Gregg – Google+ – “What is the character of your God?” At a certain point…
Finished reading today:Process Theology: A Guide for the Perplexed (Guides For The Perplexed):Bruce G. Epperly. I really enjoyed reading this introduction to Process Theology; a non-dogmatic optimistic Christian theology that makes sense. Anathema to Calvinism but plays well with science and other religions. Excellent book….
Just downloaded this one for my Kindle:Holy Adventure: 41 Days of Audacious Living eBook: Bruce G. Epperly. I anticipate this will be a good one also….
Found whilst loitering in Barnes & Noble earlier today:The Universe in a Single Atom: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality by Dalai Lama, Crown Publishing Group. This one is a likely future purchase….
Amazon Kindle: Posts from Process Theology: A Guide for the Perplexed (Guides For The Perplexed) | This is a great book, makes a lot of sense !
Goodreads | Process Theology: A Guide for the Perplexed by Bruce G. Epperly – Reviews, Discussion, Bookclubs, Lists | I started reading this today. Process Theology seems to me to present a much better way of thinking about God than Calvinism or Classical Theism…..
Experimental Theology: The Empathy of God: The Incarnation and Process Theology | Some interesting theological speculation….
How can we effectively teach our children about social justice? :: Rebecca Blood – links to an article pointing out the importance of making social justice part of everyday living rather than a discrete special project…