If you are a regular visitor to the blog, then you know that I have been intermittently posting items on the relationship of process theology and a Christian philosophy of mathematics. Well I am presently at the ACMS (Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences) Conference at Westmont College where tomorrow I will be presenting the paper from which these blog posts derive.
For the benefit of giving the live audience a point of reference (and I suppose also for the benefit of the reader at home) I wanted to post the paper here in its entirety:
Integrating Faith and Mathematics: What We Can Learn From Process Theology
Power Point Presentation Version
If you would like to read the entries in a more un-academified blog form, here you go (though I have not gotten around to posting the conclusions yet… you’ll have to read the paper for those):
Math in Process: An Introduction
Math in Process: Process Theology 101
Math in Process: The Influence of Mathematics on Process Theology
Math in Process: Critiquing the Process (Revelation and the Trinity)
Math in Process: Critiquing the Process (Person and Work of Christ)
While here at the ACMS conference I hope to blog regularly about different talks and conversations. Both for myself, as a way of working through the wealth of material I’m receiving, and for those readers at home (there I go being so thoughtful again) who might not have been able to attend the conference.
Looking forward to it.
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