What is Process Theology? Let Monica A. Coleman Tell You!

Today the Emergent Village Theological Conversation on Process Theology comes to you!  This is audio from Session One where we introduced Process Theology.  Monica A. Coleman is Assc. Professor of Constructive Theology and African American Religions at Claremont School of Theology and is your guide into Process Theology!

She is the author of Making a Way Out of No Way: A Womanist Theology (Innovations: African American Religious Thought), The Dinah Project: A Handbook for Congregational Response to Sexual Violence, and a contributor to the new Creating Women’s Theology: A Movement Engaging Process Thought.

There are a couple videos from the EVTC from Monica.  She discusses Life After Death & Creative TransformationCheck them out and share them!

You can follow her blog and all the other media projects that she does at http://monicaacoleman.com/.

She is indeed a master tweeter and Patheos Progressive Christian Blogger.

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5 comments
Travis Mamone
Travis Mamone

Almost two weeks later, I finally get around to listening to this! I think Coleman does a great job explaining process theology. It's in easy to understand language, and she's funny, too. I wouldn't consider myself a 100% process theologian, but process has definitely influenced me.

Josh+
Josh+

I liked the presentation, though I am no fan of Process Theology. Orthodoxy is still the better story. I think the Holy Trinity speaks to alot tp Dr. Coleman's concerns.

Deacon Bill
Deacon Bill

"I think Churches should be capped at about 150 people..." the whole discussion was good, but this was my favorite, and in my view the most provocative thing said.

Jeff Straka
Jeff Straka

Wow wow wow! THE best, most accessible intros to Process I've heard yet! I absolutely LOVE Monica's Process Eucharist at around minute 52 - b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l

dmf
dmf

not sure in this take on Process how central are humans to the development of G-d. if we imagine the godhead in relation to all of creation than we seem to make up just a fraction of the biomass let alone all of matter, is there some special place for human-being in this story of evolution?

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