Chet Bowers

is an American educator, author, lecturer and environmental activist. He has written more than 20 books that focus on the cultural, linguistic and technological roots of the current ecological crisis as well as the educational reforms necessary to promote greater ecological awareness. Author of Reforming Education in an Era of Ecological Crisis and Growing Digital Insecurity.

Ignacio Castuera

has been active in liberation theology and process thought for many years. Ordained by the United Methodist Church, he has been a pastor, district superintendent, social service agency administrator, and theology lecturer. Co-editor of For Our Common Home.
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Philip Clayton

is Ingraham Professor at Claremont School of Theology. He received the PhD from Yale University and has held posts at Williams College and the California State University, as well as guest professorships at the University of Munich, the University of Cambridge, and Harvard. He is the author or editor of 22 books, most recently, Transforming Christian Theology: For Church and Society; Adventures in the Spirit: God, World, Divine Action; In Quest of Freedom; and The Predicament of Belief: Science, Philosophy, Faith. Co-author of Organic Marxism, co-editor of Socialism in Process.
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John B. Cobb, Jr.

is an American theologian, philosopher, and environmentalist, and the preeminent scholar in process thought. The author of more than 50 books, he was the guiding force behind the 2015 “Seizing and Alternative” conference on the contribution of a Whiteheadian worldview to the issues of climate change. Author of Theological Reminiscences, and Whitehead Word Book, and co-editor of For Our Common Home.

Ronny Desmet

is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science at the Free University of Brussels. Thanks to his background in both mathematical physics and philosophy, his research has thrown new light on the historical roots and philosophical importance of Whitehead’s alternative rendering of Einstein’s general theory of relativity. He has published widely on Whitehead’s philosophy of mathematics and physics, and is currently committed to adding a Whiteheadian voice to the freewill debate. Editor of Intuition in Mathematics and Physics: A Whiteheadian Approach.

Rem B. Edwards

is Professor Emeritus of the University of Tennessee. The author of 21 books, his areas of specialization are philosophy of religion, American philosophy, medical ethics, and ethical theory, with a special focus on mental health care ethics, ethics and animals, and formal axiology. Author of An Axiological Process Ethics.
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Patricia Adams Farmer

is the author of Embracing a Beautiful God, two novels, and numerous essays inspired by process theology and philosophy. She is a retired clergy and educator. Co-editor of Replanting Ourselves in Beauty.

David Ray Griffin

is Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Theology, Emeritus, Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California, where he remains a co-director of the Center for Process Studies. He has published (as author or editor) 36 books in theology, philosophy, philosophy of religion, the relation between science and religion, and social and political issues. Author of Panentheism and Scientific Naturalism, God Exists but Gawd Does Not, and Protecting Our Common, Sacred Home: Pope Francis and Process Thought.
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Justin Heinzekehr

is Director of Institutional Research and Assessment and Assistant Professor of Bible and Religion at Goshen College, Indiana. Co-author of Organic Marxism, co-editor of Socialism in Process.

Jeannine Love

is an assistant professor of Public Administration at Roosevelt University in Chicago. Her research analyzes the rhetorics of individualism and freedom in political theory and practice, paying particular attention to issues of economic justice. Co-author of Integrative Process.

Jay McDaniel

is professor of Religious Studies at Hendrix College in Conway, AK, the author of six books, including Of God and Pelicans and Living from the Center, and editor of the websites Jesus, Jazz, and Buddhism and Process Philosophy for Everyone. He is a board member of the Institute for the Postmodern Development of China and a consultant to the Center for Process Studies. In his professional life, he teaches world religions; in his community work, he promotes sustainable community and inter-faith cooperation. Active in local Christian and Buddhist communities, he has a PhD from Claremont Graduate University. Co-editor of Replanting Ourselves in Beauty

Timothy Murphy

is the Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion and Politics at Claremont School of Theology. He is the former Executive Director of Progressive Christians Uniting, a faith and social justice organization that is based in southern California. He has served in various congregational and ministry settings in Kentucky, Missouri, Washington, Texas, and California with the Disciples of Christ and United Church of Christ. Author of Counter-Imperial Churching for a Planetary Gospel.

David P. Polk

is retired from a life of academia, publishing, and pastoral ministry but is still active as a constructive theologian deeply influenced by the orientation known as process-relational thought, rooted in the philosophy of Alfred North Whitehead. Author of God of Empowering Love

Margaret Stout

is an assistant professor of Public Administration at West Virginia University. Her research explores the role of public and nonprofit practitioners in achieving democratic social and economic justice with specific interests in administrative theory, public service leadership and ethics, and sustainable community development. Co-author of Integrative Process.

Michel Weber

is the Director of the Centre for Philosophical Practice (Brussels) and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Educational Foundations of the University of Saskatchewan. His current research focuses on political philosophy and the philosophy of psychiatry. Dr. Weber is the author of nine monographs, including Whitehead’s Pancreativism: The Basics (2006) and co-editor of twenty-seven books. Author of The Political Vindication of Radical Empiricism.