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"Third Ways in Philosophy of Religion - Part 2"

Part 1 is not a prerequisite: This course explores additional ‘bridges’ between David Ray Griffin’s naturalistic theism and polarized orthodoxies of classical theism and secular nat-uralism. “Third ways” include varieties of religious naturalism, process thought (natural-ist, polarity), open theism, continental philosophy of religion, and a/theology (negative, liberation, natural, philosophical). These are identified within spectra of positions.   

January Interterm 2015: "Third Ways in Philosophy of Religion"

The Center for Process Studies is excited to offer a January course with John Quiring.

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