Month: March 2020

Episode 43 “Spirituality in a Time of Pandemic”

Process theology lends itself to many spiritual practices that can help us navigate the coronavirus pandemic. Dr. Epperly looks at several of these, including Breathing….moving from the reptilian to the angelic, a wider perspective than fear, Centering…times of stillness, The gift of Sabbath, The gift of prayer for others, The gift of listening for wisdom, The gift of …

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Episode 41 ” The Heart of Process Theology” Part Two

The coronavirus’s Corvid 19 demonstrates how interconnected our world is. This has been shown theoretically by the New Physics, and spiritually through Process philosophy. Human relationships with each other, the world, and the cosmos can be regarded as one massive ecosystem where “No [one or thing] is an island.” This evolving understanding has important implications …

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Episode 39 “Process for the People: Communicating Process Theology”

To paraphrase G. K. Cherston, “Process theology has not been tried and found wanting; it has been found difficult and not tried.” Dr. Epperly finds this as only partially true. It is difficult, but only if its kept in the philosopher’s cloister. When its communicated in less academic terms it is amazingly simple and easily …

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