Month: November 2019

Episode 24 “The Politics of Creativity and World Loyalty”

Politics is all about the interplay of power among people. Power is inevitable – Wherever there are relationships, there are political decisions…relationships can be coercive and unilateral, they can also be collaborative and mutual.  Power dynamics can cure or kill, stunt or empower.  Process theology charts a politics of ubuntu, “I am because of you” …

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Episode 23 — “The Politics of Relationship”

Top-down hierarchies, whether they are governmental or social, are based on power. One can say the abuse of power. What would the world look like if power relationships were relational and non-coercive? The more I’ve studied process theology, the more I’m convinced that Western-style individualism, that is, that the individual is the highest form of …

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