The Incarnation in Process Theology

@article{Pittenger1974TheII,
  title={The Incarnation in Process Theology},
  author={Norman Pittenger},
  journal={Review \& Expositor},
  year={1974},
  volume={71},
  pages={43 - 57}
}
For many of us, the attraction of Process Thought is in its obvious compatibility with the Biblical portrayal of God as "the living God," of the created world as dynamic and open to the divine action, and of man as being made "towards the iJ.nage of God," so that human existence may both reflect and be the instrument for the divine purpose. Of course, we should not wish to employ that conceptuality did we not also think that among the viable possibilities open to us today it is the most… Expand