denyandfollow asked: What are your thoughts on process theology?
In no uncertain terms, my introduction to process theology changed the way I move through the world. It helped usher me into a more capacious, ethical view of the divine. It made me comfortable thinking about my faith as something beautiful, something glorious and full of wonder that didn’t necessarily require me to draw harsh lines where there was actually open space for questioning. More so than probably any other theorist (and this is including folks like Morrison and Derrida, who have both had a tremendous influence on me) Alfred North Whitehead’s work has influenced my everyday thinking and praxis in a way that is simply undeniable.
That being said, “Process Theology: An Introductory Exposition” by John B. Cobb Jr. and David Ray Griffin is a book I would recommend to anyone. To be sure, there are few other texts that have impacted my life in quite the same way.