Process Theology

Process theology does not deny that God is at some respects timeless (will never die), immutable, but it contradicts this classical view by simply insisting that God is at some respects temporal, mutable, and passible. Process theology is a sort of theology developed from Alfred North Whitehead’s method philosophy, most particularly by Charles Hartshorne as well as John B. Cobb. Process theology as well as process philosophy are collectively known as “process thought.”