June 4-8, 2012
Claremont School of Theology
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This summer, Process and Faith will be hosting their annual Process Theology Summer Institute. If you are interested in studying process theology in a relaxed summer setting with world-renowned process theologians and a community of like-minded learners, then this is the place for you!
John Cobb will be teaching a Topics in Process Theology course addressing: “Religions in the Making: The Actual and Potential Role of Process Thought in the Multiple Faiths and Beyond.”
John Berquist will be teaching Process Theology and Biblical Interpretation. This course will examine biblical interpretation from a process perspective, focusing on incarnation and embodiment in the Hebrew Bible.
Marjorie Suchocki will be teaching an Exploring Process Theology course. This course is an introductory-level exploration of key ideas in process-relational theology, especially as they relate to the nature and power of God, incarnation, community, and eschatology.
Jeanyne Slettom will be teaching: Process Theology in Practice, or How Does This Work in the Church? This course is a facilitated discussion open to all registrants, and will focus on one topic each day, such as preaching, music and liturgy, faith formation in children, youth, and adults, and pastoral care. A great time for class attendees to get to know each other and share ideas.
Cost: $300 per course (P&F members $250) - if you would like to take a class for credit, you must register directly through the CST registrar's office: (909) 447-2502. (Please do not register through the Process & Faith registration page if you would like to take a course for credit).
All classes take place at Claremont School of Theology.