• 9780824509705
Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki (Author)

God Christ Church

A Practical Guide to Process Theology
  • Imprint: Herder & Herder
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  • Title: God Christ Church
  • Subtitle: A Practical Guide to Process Theology
  • Page Count: 272
  • Available Formats: Trade-paper (9780824509705)
  • Edition: Trade Paper
  • Original language: English
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Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki (Author)

Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki is Ingraham Professor of Theology, and Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean at the School of Theology in Claremont. She is the author of The End of Evil: Process Eschatology in Historical Context and The Fall to Violence: Original Sin in Relational Theology.

  1. “…[an] imaginative, engaging book… directed primarily to the layperson and the beginning student. There is an abundance of examples.  But this (almost) excess of application turns out to be one of the book’s strengths: through it emerges an author/teacher whose vibrant determination compels the reader/student to want to understand. Another, related strength is likewise rare; the book attends closely to ‘ordinary’ life without compromise of analytical depth and rigor.”
    --Religious Studies Review
  2. “…flowing, informative, richly illustrated with diagrams and examples, and with very few footnotes…In sum, this theology is both speculative and practical: soaring in its imaginative outreach, yet addressed to people everywhere within the church of Christ.”
    --Theology Today
  3. “This is one of the most impressive applications of process thought to Christian doctrine and constitutes a kind of process theology mini-summa.”
    --ADRIS Newsletter
  4. “Suchocki…presents a systematic theology with expresses in a process mode ‘the redemptive realities of Christian faith.’ Her work is both rigorous and personal. She illustrates complex concepts with examples from common experience, and her style embodies the dynamism and optimism of her faith.”
    --ibrary Journal
  5. “Two books for the price of one…a convenient guide to process thought…[and an] expression of what ‘feminist’ theology looks like, or will look like, when women do not deal-as they have had to too often until now-with explicitly feminist themes.”
    --The Christian Century

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