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Sometimes you just want to know the answer to a question that's been bugging you-especially when it comes to that intriguing but sometimes challenging thing called process theology Here at last is exactly the right book, with questions written by people like you and answers developed by that best of all process thinkers, John B. Cobb, Jr. Whether you plunge right in by reading it straight through, or dip into the issues bit by bit, you'll find yourself a partner in a deeply engaging conversation. MARJORIE SUCHOCKI, author of The Whispered Word: A Theology of Preaching and In God's Presence: Theological Reflections on Prayer Within these lucid pages, one of the great minds of our time speaks with profound clarity. Herein lie the Big Questions. And these are the answers that changed my life PATRICIA ADAMS FARMER, author of Embracing a Beautiful God After being introduced to the worldview of process thought, Christian readers so often ask: 'But how can this worldview be connected with traditional Christian belief and practice?' The Process Perspective offers a process response to the questions that are truly on people's minds: Is God personal? Is prayer effective? Who was Jesus? Why do the innocent suffer? It presents a way of thinking about Christian faith, and living the Christian life, that is a viable alternative to fundamentalism on the one hand and lukewarm liberalism on the other. It displays a Christianity with roots and wings. Thank you, John Cobb. JAY McDANIEL, author of Living from the Center: Spirituality in an Age of Consumerism In this fresh perspective on faith from a man of faith, internationally renowned process theologian John B. Cobb, Jr., addresses more than thirty questions about God, Christ, the Bible, the church, humankind, and ethics. He seeks to put process ideas into plain language, with clear implications for faithful livin.
About the Author
JOHN B, COBB, JR., is Ingraham Professor of Theology, emeritus, at Claremont School of Theology. He is the author of more than twenty hooks, including Can Christ Become Good News Again? and Lay Theology. JEANYNE B. SLETTOM is managing editor of Creative Transformation, a quarterly journal on process and faith, and currently teaches theology at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities, in Minnesota.