Does Process Theology Rest on a Mistake?

  title={Does Process Theology Rest on a Mistake?},
  author={David B. Burrell},
  journal={Theological Studies},
  pages={125 - 135}
The dynamics of proposing and assuming theological frameworks, or of questioning and rejecting them, are so labyrinthine that one can never hope to bring the entire transaction to light. The best we can try to do is to submit it to scrutiny, in the hope of becoming more conscious ourselves of the reasons for our preferences. When the issues are neatly philosophical, such scrutiny is difficult enough, as most of us find ourselves too easily moved by shorthand references to philosophical schools… 
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  • W. Wood
  • Philosophy
    The Journal of Religion
  • 2022
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