|Process theology means different things to different people. For some, process theology enriches the way Christians understand God and His relationship to the world. It brings clarity to Christian doctrine for both believers and nonbelievers alike.|
But for others, process theology offers a dangerous alternative to traditional Christianity. It borrows heavily from process philosophy and severely detracts from the idea of an all-powerful God.
God Reconsidered examines both of these views. The contributors to this text are "translators" of process theology, insightfully exploring the claims for and against this approach to Christian faith. Each writer is a trained theologian who adds a unique touch to the discussion. Together, they seek to shed light on the question, Is process theology a good fit for Christianity?
Written in clear and concise language, this engaging conversation invites readers and scholars to reexamine their view on process theology and encourages them to continue the conversation on this powerful and important topic in theology.