Creative Transformation

Volume 3.3, Spring 1994

Volume: 
03.3

In this issue:

  • One Chinese Christian's View of God, Part II
    by K. H. Ting
  • The Bible Today: Divine Power in the Apocalypse to John
    by Ronald L. Farmer
  • Death from the Perspective of Life - Isaiah 40:6-8, 15-17, 28-31
    by Philip E. Devenish

Volume 3.2, Winter 1994

Volume: 
03.2

In this issue:

  • The Mission of the Church, Part V
    by John B. Cobb, Jr.
  • Parapsychology and Post-Modern Process Theology, Part II
    by David Ray Griffin
  • Children and Their Just Deserts
    by Douglas Sturm

Volume 3.1, Fall 1993

Volume: 
03.1

In this issue:

  • Green Grace: Four Ways to Find God Through the Earth
    by Jay McDaniel
  • Parapsychology and Postmodern Process Theology, I
    by David Ray Griffin
  • A Process of Survival: A Feminist Theodicy of Sexual Abuse
    by Heather Ann (Ackley)

Volume 2.4, Summer 1993

Volume: 
02.4

In this issue:

  • Embodying Relatedness
    by Barbara Keiller
  • Debts or Trespasses?
    by Ignacio Castuera
  • A New Approach to a Hermeneutic of Whitehead
    by Harold H. Oliver
  • God of Presence
    by Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki

Volume 2.3, Spring 1993

Volume: 
02.3

In this issue:

  • The Bible Today: The Apocalypse of John
    by David J. Lull
  • The Mission of the Church, Part IV
    by John B. Cobb, Jr.
  • Living By Faith, Texts: Romans 1:17, 5:1-11
    by Russell Willoughby

Volume 2.2, Winter 1993

Volume: 
02.2

In this issue:

  • The Bible Today: The Necessity of Hermeneutics
    by Russell Pregeant
  • Multicultural Connections: Pain and Promise
    by Mary Elizabeth Moore
  • A Personal Journey: Reflections on Bone Marrow
    by Mary Ellen Kilsby

Volume 2.1, Fall 1992

Volume: 
02.1

In this issue:

  • The Bible Today: The Necessity of Hermeneutics
    by Russell Pregeant
  • The Mission of the Church, Part III
    by John B. Cobb, Jr.
  • The Losing Game; Text: Mark 10:17-31 and Hebrews 4:1-3, 9-13
    by Susan Gregg-Schroeder

Volume 1.4, Summer 1992

Volume: 
01.4

In this issue:

  • Re-membering Spirit and Community
    by Mary Elizabeth Moore
  • Thinking It Over, Part 2
    by Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki
  • Confessions of a Left-Hander, 1 John 2:7-11
    by David Richardson
  • Creative Uncertainty

Volume 1.3, Spring 1992

Volume: 
01.3

In this issue:

  • The Bible Today: An Alternative Reading
    by David J. Lull
  • The Mission of the Church, Part II
    by John B. Cobb, Jr.
  • The Personal Touch: For Unto Us...
    by Robert Brizee
  • Creative Transformation: A Jewish Process View

Volume 1.2, Fall 1991

Volume: 
01.2

In this issue:

  • Teaching for Future
    by Mary Elizabeth Mullino Moore
  • Thinking it Over on the Soapbox: Red Herrings in the Church
    by Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki
  • How Shall They Hear...?
    by Theodore M. Snider

Volume 8.3, Spring 1999

Volume: 
08.3
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In this issue:

  • Two Pastors Speak of Littleton

Volume 8.4, Summer 1999

Volume: 
08.4
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In this issue:

  • Pentecost and Confirmation
    by George Hermanson

On the Millennium, Volume 9.1, Fall 1999

Volume: 
09.1
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In this issue:

  • Bug or Blessing?
    by G. Nelson Stringer

Volume 9.2, Winter 2000

Volume: 
09.2
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In this issue:

  • God's Will Hunting

Volume 18.4, Fall 2009

Volume: 
18.4
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In this issue

  • A Challenge to the Church
    by John B.Cobb, Jr.
  • Who Are We? Ecological Anthropology
    by Sallie McFague

Volume 21.1, Winter 2012

Volume: 
21.1
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In this issue:

Advent in a Pluralistic Age, 20.3-4, Summer-Fall 2011

Volume: 
20.3-4

In 1975, John B. Cobb, Jr., published Christ in a Pluralistic Age, which argues that “creative transformation” describes God’s dynamic interaction with the world. What Christians call “Christ,” he wrote, can be understood as the “principle of creative transformation.” Cobb’s proposal almost immediately begs the question: what, then, does creative transformation look like in other faiths? It also raises a caution: can we presuppose this principle in other religions? This issue reflects on the God-world relationship from the perspective of several faith traditions.

A Theology of Enough, 20.1-2, Winter-Spring 2011

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20.1-2, Winter-Spring 2011

 

The Blessing of Animals, 19.3-4, Summer-Fall 2010

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 In this issue

A process perspective on our relationship with the other animals. Among the highlights:

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