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David Korten Talk Available Online

David Korten's talk entitled "Toward an Ecological Civilization," delivered in Edmonton, Alberta, January 30, 2017, was recorded by Alternative Radio.  It is available for purchase on their website at in audio or PDF formats.

Call for Papers


Earth Honoring Faith-Journey of the Universe

Earth Honoring Faith:
Journey of the Universe 
An Epic Story of Our Shared Future

Retreat at Ghost Ranch
July 2-July 8, 2017 

Youth Ministry Course Offered by CPS and HBC

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Are you a youth minister?


Discover tools, tips, and resources for building an open and relational youth ministry. This FREE video course is brought to you by the Center For Process Studies and Homebrewed Christianity and will help you overcome the biggest challenges youth ministry throws your way.

New Book by CPS Co-Director Roland Faber!!

Anouncing the latest book by CPS Co-Director Roland Faber:

The Becoming of God


The Becoming of God

Justin Heinzekehr and Philip Clayton's New Book

Process Century Press presents the fourteenth book in their
Toward Ecological Civilization Series:

Socialism in Process
Justin Heinzekehr and Philip Clayton, editors

Process Perspectives Has Changed to an Online Format!

New issues of the bi-yearly newsmagazine, published by the Center for Process Studies, will now be available free of charge on our website.

This change brings the Center’s work in line with its values of sustainability and environmental responsibility, decreases costs and increases availability of process-related news to all who are interested—whether you’re new to process studies or have been with us since the beginning.

New issues will be released in January and June.

Ralph Nader to speak at University of La Verne

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017---Morgan Auditorium---11:45 am-1:00 pm
Booksigning and reception to follow

This event is free and open to the public

MSA 2017 Annual Meeting at Harvard (March 30-April 2)

Dear Colleagues,

President Nancy K. Frankenberry has arranged a terrific program for us in Cambridge, and I write now to urge you to register and attend!


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