6 edition of Whitehead and God found in the catalog.
|Statement||Laurence F. Wilmot.|
|LC Classifications||B1674.W354 W55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 200 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||79315905|
James E. Whitehead was born on Thursday, Novem and passed away on Friday, Ap James E. Whitehead was a resident of Marlborough, Massachusetts at the time of passing. Guest BookBorn: But Religion in the Making, while occasionally technical, is Whitehead at his simplest and most elegant. Reading this book, written just three years before P & R, will show people who have been exposed to "process theology" that Whitehead's own beliefs about God were really much more simple and poetic.5/5(4).
Whitehead, Religion in the Making Alfred North Whitehead, Cambridge University Press, pages. Religion in the Making, a collection of lectures delivered by Alfred North Whitehead in , lives up to the implications of its title: it is a text of process, of liminality and contradiction that is by turns accessible and opaque. David Whitehead has been helping people connect with Jesus Christ for more than 30 years in churches throughout the United States and abroad. In David launched , which receives over , unique visitors a month, and growing. He is the lead pastor of Grace, a congregation in Manhattan, as well as a church planting coach for /5(5).
Alfred North Whitehead was born in Ramsgate, Kent, England, in  His father, Alfred Whitehead, was a minister and schoolmaster of Chatham House Academy, a successful school for boys established by Thomas Whitehead, Alfred North's grandfather.  Whitehead himself recalled both of them as being very successful schoolmasters, but that his grandfather was the . Authors Darren Whitehead and Jon Tyson share compelling stories about the work and activity of God today. Packed with fresh cultural observations and illuminating Scriptural insights, Rumors of God DVD-Based Study will ignite a passion in your heart to see your faith come to life. Participant Guide includes:Brand: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
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Read more. 3 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse/5(). For Whitehead God "dwells in the tender elements in the world, which slowly and in quietness operate by love." (Process and Reality, ).
People can participate in this tenderness whether they do or do not believe in God. And Whitehead makes no pretense to offering a final word. 6 Whitehead Word Book Process and Reality that made it more available to students. He included a short glossary. Robert Mesle has written an introduction to Whitehead that makes much of his thinking remarkably accessible.
(See Process-Rela-tional Philosophy: An Introduction to Alfred North Whitehead. Templeton Foundation Press, ). First published inCatherine Keller's Face of the Deep proposes that God is the face of the deep and also that the deep is more than God.
As I read her work, the deep is akin to Whitehead's idea of creativity and to what Wallace Stevens calls the nothingness from which the earliest single light adds itself to the evening sky.
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In a way, the Bible is as much a book about men and women as it is about God. 74 Whitehead and God book relatively little explicit discussion of the doctrine of God and concludes "there was no significant alteration of the major doctrines of Process and Reality."16 The remarkable thing is that Cobb makes no reference whatsoever to the discussion which develops throughout Part II of Adventures ofAuthor: LaurenceWilmot.
Passing of a God and Other Stories book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. THE COMPLETE SHORT FICTION OF HENRY S. WHITEHEAD, VOLUM /5(12). Whitehead's judgment is that this realm is properly identified as that which is to be worshipped and supremely honored.
For that reason it should be called God. More specifically, Whitehead calls this the Primordial Nature of God. The further development of the doctrine of God is jointly determined by philosophical and religious interests. Alfred North Whitehead. It is as true to say that God creates the World, as that the World creates God.
God and the World are the contrasted opposites in terms of which Creativity achieves its supreme task of transforming disjoined multiplicity, with its diver-sities in opposition, into concrescent unity, with its diversities in. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The legacy of the sixties --The variety of Whitehead's approaches to reality: the approach through science --The variety of Whitehead's approaches to reality: his investigation of religious experience and expression --The variety of Whitehead's approaches to reality:.
Preface. This book consists of four lectures on religion delivered in King's Chapel, Boston, during February, The train of thought which was applied to science in my Lowell lectures of the previous year, since published under the title, Science and the Modern World, is here applied to two books are independent, but it is inevitable that to some extent they elucidate.
The process God has what might be called a second cousin to over-power. As we have seen, in process theism, God is responsible for the laws of nature and these laws determine the limits of non-divine creativity.
Whitehead and Hartshorne deny, however, that God could create actual entities devoid of creative activity. vi Whitehead and God degree of certainty. The very variety of reports on the nature of God constitutes one of the central problems for Whitehead.
He recognizes that each of the extreme views cannot be true to the complete exclusion of the others, and suggests it will be necessary to find a mediating : LaurenceWilmot.
Even if in the earlier book the envisaging had been attributed to God, the situation would not have been changed, since Whitehead wrote in Science and the Modern World that "God is not concrete (SMW )and that certainly meant, not actual.
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An Introduction to Mathematics ch. This book is intended as a contribution towards the renewal of theological discourse in the final quarter of the twentieth century. It presents the findings from personal research into the development of the concept of God in the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead, and the application of his conceptual tools in a re-examination of the writings of some fourth-century.
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The thrust of the cumulative argument of Cobb’s book is that since Whitehead wrote statements that clearly imply that regional inclusion obtains between molecular and electronic occasions, we ought to be receptive to the suggestion that “soul” occasions include the regions of brain occasions and God includes the regions of all temporal.
On the surface, Friedrich Nietzsche and Alfred North Whitehead represent very different positions on God and the meaning of human life. Put simply, Nietzsche is an atheist belief in God, he argues, denies the value and meaning of human life.
Whitehead says the opposite human life finds no meaning unless God exists. Simple theology, messy life: Christian writer, blogger, and Bible teacher writing about faith and applying Scripture to the Christian life in real, in practical ways.Alfred North Whitehead was an English mathematician (best known among scientists for his work with his student Bertrand Russell on the Principia Mathematica).But in philosophy and theology, Whitehead is best known as a philosopher whose later work at Harvard included his Process Philosophy and the subsequent development of a Process Theology.
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