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Process Philosophy and Christian Thought by Delwin Brown, Ralph James, Gene Reeves (eds.)


Delwin Brown holds degrees from Union Theological Seminary, New York, and Claremont Graduate School. He is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Anderson College, and Lecturer in Philosophy of Religion at the School of Theology. Ralph E. James, Jr. attended Emory and Drew Universities. He is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Religion at North Carolina Wesleyan College. Gene Reeves holds degrees from Boston and Emory Universities. He has taught at Tufts University and is now Professor of Philosophy at Wilberforce University. This book was published in 1971 by The Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc. It was prepared for Religion-Online by Harry W. and Grace C. Adams


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The intent of this bibliography is to present, as far as possible, a complete listing of significant works on Whiteheadian process theology. It includes all of the works by Whitehead and Hartshorne that have obvious theological importance, works on theological topics that have been significantly influenced by Whiteheadian philosophy, and essays that are critical of process theology. It does not include unpublished articles and dissertations, most book reviews, or journal articles that have been subsequently published in books (including the present volume). Neither does it include a complete bibliography for any individual philosopher or theologian, since the philosophers have written material that is not directly relevant to theology and the theologians have written material that does not especially reflect the influence of process philosophy.

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____________ "The Buddhist-Whiteheadian View of the Self and the Religious Traditions," Proceedings of the IXth International Congress for the History of Religions. Tokyo, 1960, 298-302.

____________ "Criteria for Ideas of God," Insight and Vision: Essays in Philosophy in Honor of Radoslav Andrea Tsanoff, Kanstantin Kolenda, ed. San Antonio: Principia Press of Trinity University, 1966.

________ "The Dipolar Conception of Deity," The Review of Metaphysics, XXI (1967), 273-289.

"Divine Absoluteness and Divine Relativity," Transcendence, Herbert W. Richardson and Donald R. Cutler, eds. Boston: Beacon Press, 1969.

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____________ The Divine Relativity: A Social Conception of God. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1948, 1964.

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____________ "Ethics and the New Theology," The International Journal of Ethics, XLV (1934), 90-101.

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____________ "Religion and Creative Experience," The Unitarian Register and the Universalist Leader, CXLI (1962), 9-11.

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____________ "Tillich and the Other Great Tradition," Anglican Theological Review, XLIII (1961), 245-259.

____________ "Whitehead and Berdyaev: Is There Tragedy in God?" The Journal of Religion, XXX VI (1957), 71-84.

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____________ "What Do You Mean By ‘God,’" The Personalist, L (1969), 393-397.

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Mascall, E. L. He Who Is. London: Longmans, Green, 1943.

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____________ "The Empirical Tradition in Theology at Chicago," The Future of Empirical Theology, Bernard E. Meland, ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969.

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Neville, Robert C. "Neo-Classical Theology and Christianity: A Critical Study of Ogden’s ‘Reality of God,’" International Philosophical Quarterly, IX (1969), 605-624.

____________ "Whitehead on the One and the Many," The Southern Journal of Philosophy, VII (1969-1970), 387-393.

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Niebuhr, Reinhold. Review of Charles Hartshorne, Man’s Vision of God, in Christianity and Society, VII (1942), 43-44.

____________ "Science and the Modern World," The Christian Century, XLIII (1926), 448-449.

Norman, Ralph. "Steam, Barbarism, and Dialectic: Notations on Proof and Sensibility," The Christian Scholar, L (1967), 184-196.

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