Process theology has been a major theological invation of the last hundred years, and its influence on American theology has been pervasive. But process thought is far from being simply an American phemen. Throughout the last few decades, some of the most exciting work in process theology has been undertaken in Asia and Europe. Now that process theology is a truly international movement, all theologians need to reconsider this school of thought. In this book, world-recognized expert in process thought Roland Faber presents a systematic exploration of process theology's roots and development, its chief concerns and concepts, and its opportunities for new contributions to today's theological scene. This book is a superb resource for those who want to kw more about this important theological movement.
Roland Faber is Professor of Process Theology at Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California.