John B. Cobb & David Ray Griffin "Process Theology, an Introductory Exposition"

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Philosophy

 

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Clinton C

 

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January 3, 2014

 

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University

 

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God-love is then redefined by Cobb & Griffin who are advocating process theism. God-love possesses absoluteness, but is also sensitive to the subjective experience of his creations. It should be noted that this selection is not focused on the definition of process theology, but merely how process theology changes the way we look at divine love...
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There is a type of absoluteness that is admirable, which is the crux of traditional theism. It is that absolutism that is the defining factor of God. He is the unmoved mover, the being with which no greater being can be conceived! If there is an absoluteness that is unqualifiedly admirable, it being the lynchpin in categorizing God, this means that there is divine absoluteness...
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