Process Theology and Environmental Issues

  title={Process Theology and Environmental Issues},
  author={Jr. John B. Cobb},
  journal={The Journal of Religion},
  pages={440 - 458}
  • J. J. Cobb
  • Published 1 October 1980
  • Philosophy
  • The Journal of Religion
Process theology is often accused of abstractness. The charge is not a technical philosophical one. It is the complaint that process theology does not immerse itself in the life of the church and of society. The charge comes today with particular urgency from liberation theologians for whom the actual liberation of blacks, peasants, or women is primary, and the struggle with ideas is directed to the service of this cause. 
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