Process theology is a multi-faith movement with many different religious expressions: Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Bahai, Unitarian, Daoist, Confucian, and more. Each has its unique flavor.
All of these expressions point toward a world that is more humane, sustainable, and fulfilling. For more on this, see The Four Hopes of Process Theology: Whole Persons, Whole Communities, a Whole Planet, and Holistic Thinking. And for a more general introduction to process theology and its philosophical companion, process philosophy, see The Process Worldview.
One of the most important expressions of process theology in our time is what the independent scholar and scholar of Islamic Studies, Jared Morningstar, calls "Emerging Islamic Process Theology." His short note below identifies three paradigms by which it is unfolding and can unfold.
- Jay McDaniel