New Publication of Interest

In Search of a Contemporary World View: Contrasting Thomistic and Whiteheadian Approaches, (ed. J. Bracken) has been published now.
Access to these articles is paid individually or available through an educational institution. 
Comparing and Contrasting Aquinas and Whitehead: An Introductory Commentary, by Bracken, Joseph (Editorial)

New Material in Systematic Theology

We are pleased and excited to share Thomas Oord's forthcoming publication:

The Uncontrolling Love of God: An Open and Relational Account of Providence (Intervarsity Academic). ranks this book # 1 in new releases in systematic theology.

Sunday_Ecology of Community Conference

For those who wish to participate in the Sunday portion of the Ecology of Community conference, here is the access info:

You are invited to a Zoom meeting now. 

CPS Reception

Join us for wine, cheese, and conversation. Friends and members of CPS and anyone interested in process-relational approaches to religious studies, theology, biblical hermeneutics, and philosophy of religion are invited. Greet CST Professors Monica A. Coleman and Philip Clayton. Network, discuss, and schmooze. Informal, fun!

Process, Memory, and Habit

Philip Tryon studied physics under Shimon Malin at Colgate University, also the University of Wisconsin. As Director of Engineering for Biotek Systems in Vermont he contributed to the design of early robotic systems. He is the author of Beyond Male-Think: How Challenging the Dominator Model Can Open Our Minds. At the Center for Process Studies conference on Ecological Civilization he was a presenter in Track IV:4 — Beyond Mechanism: The Emergence and Evolution of Living Agents.