David Ray Griffin Speaks About
Prominent Theologian to Present Omitted Facts and
Demand a Full Investigation
Grand Lake Theater, 3200 Grand Avenue, Oakland / Presented by Progressive Democrats East Bay 30mar2006
Standing by the principle that all suspects in a crime who had the means, motive, and opportunity should be investigated, Dr. Griffin raises disturbing questions and brings to light many omissions and distortions of fact in the official record of the official account – The 9/11 Commission Report.
Some of the questions and omissions Griffin addresses:
- About 100 times a year, jet fighters routinely take to the air in under 20
minutes to investigate aircraft in trouble. On 9/11 nearly two hours passed
without any interceptions. Why?
- Why did the Twin Towers collapse straight down, totally, and at virtually
free-fall speed, given the fact that no steel-frame high-rise building had
previously collapsed because of fire and externally caused damage?
- Why did many witnesses, including many firefighters, report hearing
explosions before and during the collapses of the towers?
- Why did World Trade Center Building 7, a 47-story steel frame skyscraper
located over a block away from the Twin Towers, collapse, even though it was not
hit by a plane and had only a few small fires?
- Why did the final report of the 9/11 Commission not even mention the collapse of Building 7?
Please join us to hear Dr. Griffin's lecture, 9/11: The Myth and the Reality.
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David Ray Griffin Bio
David Ray Griffin is Professor of Philosophy of Religion and Theology, Emeritus, at Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California, where he remains a co-director of the Center for Process Studies.
The author and editor of some 30 books and 160 essays, he also served for 17 years as the editor of the SUNY Series in Constructive Postmodern Thought, which published 31 volumes.
He is one of 60 theologians worldwide included in the most recent edition of the Handbook of Christian Theologians.
His books---which have been primarily in philosophy of religion, theology, and philosophy of science---include God, Power, and Evil: A Process Theodicy (1976), Physics and the Ultimate Significance of Time (ed., 1986), The Reenchantment of Science (ed., 1988), Unsnarling the World-Knot: Consciousness, Freedom, and the Mind-Body Problem (1998), Religion and Scientific Naturalism: Overcoming the Conflicts (2000), Reenchantment without Supernaturalism: A Process Philosophy of Religion (2001), Two Great Truths: A New Synthesis of Scientific Naturalism and Christian Faith (2004), and Deep Religious Pluralism (ed., 2005).
He has also written two books about 9/11: The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11 (2004), and The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions (2005), both published by Interlink Books.
His 9/11 books have been endorsed by John B. Cobb, Jr., Richard Falk, Joseph C. Hough, Michael Meacher, Rosemary Ruether, John McMurtry, Marcus Raskin, Peter Dale Scott, Gerry Spence, and Howard Zinn.
His essays and interviews about 9/11 have appeared in such disparate publications as Zion’s Herald, Hustler Magazine, Global Outlook, LA Times Magazine, and Conversations in Religion and Theology.
He has also been featured on “The Richard & Judy Show” (London), C-Span, ABC News Radio, and over 130 radio talk-shows.
His forthcoming books include The American Empire and the Commonwealth of God (co-authored with John B. Cobb, Jr., Richard Falk, and Catherine Keller), 9/11 and the American Empire: Intellectuals Speak Out (co-edited with Peter Dale Scott), and Whitehead’s Radically Different Postmodern Philosophy: An Argument for Its Contemporary Relevance.
 “9/11: A Christian Theologian’s Response: Deceptions of Empire and the Anti-Imperial Gospel of Jesus,” Zion’s Herald, July/August 2005: 5-6, 39-40 (available at http://www.anthonyflood.com/griffin911xntheologiansresponse.htm).
 “What If Everything You Know about 9/11 Is Wrong?” Interview with Bruce David and Carolyn Sinclair, Hustler Magazine, August, 2005: 32-35, 108
 “Truth and Politics of 9/11: Omissions and Distortions of The 9/11 Commission Report,” Global Outlook (www.GlobalOutlook.ca), Issue 10 (Spring-Summer 2005), 45-56.
 “Getting Agnostic about 9/11” (an interview conducted by Mark Ehrman), LA Times Magazine, August 28, 2005
 “Response to Ian Markham” (to Markham’s review of The New Pearl Harbor), Conversations in Religion and Theology, 3/2 (November, 2005): 220-236.
 June 22, 2004.
 “9/11 and the American Empire: How Should Religious People Respond?”, Lecture at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, April 18, 2005, broadcast on C-SPAN2 [BookTV], April 30, 2005 (available at http://www.911blogger.com/2005/04/proper-release-of-griffin-in-madison.html).
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Bio From Wikipedia
David Ray Griffin (b. 1939) is a professor emeritus of philosophy of religion and theology, at the Claremont School of Theology in Claremont, California.
He was a full-time academian from 1973 until April 2004, and is currently a co-director of the Center for Process Studies, and one of the foremost contemporary exponents of process theology, founded on the process philosophies of Alfred North Whitehead and Charles Hartshorne. He is also one the foremost investigators of theories that dispute the official version of the events of Sept. 11, 2001. Griffin is a longtime resident of Santa Barbara, California.
Griffin grew up in a small town in Oregon, where he was an active participant in his Disciples of Christ church. After deciding to become a minister, Griffin entered Northwest Christian College, but became disenchanted with the conservative-fundamentalist theology that was taught there. While getting his master’s degree in counseling from the University of Oregon, Griffin attended a lecture series delivered by Paul Tillich at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. At this time, Griffin made his decision to focus on philosophical theology. He eventually attended the Claremont Graduate University, where Griffin received his Ph.D. in 1970.
As a student in Claremont, Griffin was initially interested in Eastern religions, particularly Vedanta. However, he started to become a process theologian while attending John B. Cobb’s seminar on Whitehead’s philosophy. According to Griffin, process theology, as presented by Cobb, “provided a way between the old supernaturalism, according to which God miraculously interrupted the normal causal processes now and then, and a view according to which God is something like a cosmic hydraulic jack, exerting the same pressure always and everywhere (which described rather aptly the position to which I had come)" (Primordial Truth and Postmodern Theology, p. 3). While applying Whitehead’s thought to the traditional theological subjects of christology and theodicy, Griffin found that process theology also provided a sound basis for addressing contemporary social and ecological issues.
After teaching theology and Eastern religions at the University of Dayton, Griffin came to appreciate the distinctively postmodern aspects of Whitehead’s thought. In particular, Griffin found Whitehead’s nonsensationist epistemology and panexperientialist ontology immensely helpful in addressing the major problems of modern philosophy, including the problems of mind-body interaction, the interaction between free and determined things, the emergence of experience from nonexperiencing matter, and the emergence of time in the evolutionary process. In 1973, Griffin returned to Claremont to establish, with Cobb, the Center for Process Studies.
While on research leave in 1980-81 at Cambridge University and Berkeley, the contrast between modernity and postmodernity became central to his work. Many of Griffin’s writings are devoted to developing postmodern proposals for overcoming the conflicts between religion and modern science. Griffin came to believe that much of the tension between religion and science was not only the result of reactionary supernaturalism, but also the mechanistic worldview associated with the rise of modern science in the seventeenth century. In 1983, Griffin started the Center for a Postmodern World in Santa Barbara, and became editor of the SUNY Series in Constructive Postmodern Philosophy between 1987 and 2004.
Since his retirement, he has moved his focus from questions of philosophy and religion to one of politics and, specifically, the unanswered questions of 9/11. His recent work includes the book, The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions About the Bush Administration and 9-11 (2004) and The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions, books in which he argues there is compelling evidence members of the United States government were complicit in the September 11, 2001 attacks.
In The New Pearl Harbor, Griffin summarizes the work of other researchers who assert that elements of the US government were involved in the attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center in New York City. He uses his training in logic to analyze the validity of their arguments. Griffin states the overall thesis of his argument: There should be a well funded and thorough-going investigation of all the questions raised about the 9/11 attack. Griffin also appeared on C-SPAN 2 when he delivered his talk, '9/11 and American Empire: How should religious people respond?''
In an interview with Nick Welsh, Thinking Unthinkable Thoughts: Theologian Charges White House Complicity in 9/11 Attack , Griffin analyzes charges that the US government sent airplanes into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, and these airplanes were only a cover for explosives that the US government had planted within the World Trade Center towers.
The second edition of The New Pearl Harbor contains additional material on the Saudi Arabian hijackers, Sibel Edmonds, his analysis of the official 9/11 Commission set up by the US government, and his belief that the US Government deliberately changed its standard rules for analyzing military intelligence in order to allow the attacks. Howard Zinn, the author of A People's History of the United States, describes The New Pearl Harbor as "the most persuasive argument I have seen for further investigation on the Bush administration's relationship to that historic and troubling event."
Critics of Griffin's thesis say that many of the claims in the book are refutable. Griffin has rejected these criticisms  and debated his critics . Other reviews claim to have found various problems  .
In a review published in the Nation magazine, former CIA agent Robert Baer dismissed the gist of Griffin's writings as one in a long line of conspiracy theories about national tragedies, but noted that the Bush administration had created a climate of secrecy and mistrust that helped generate such explanations. ("Dangerous Liaisons," September 27, 2004).
He also talked with Alex Jones 
Scholars for 9/11 Truth
Center for Process Studies
Process Theology: An Introductory Exposition, with John B. Cobb, Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1976, ISBN 0-664-24743-1
The New Pearl Harbor 
The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions 
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David Ray Griffin
CURRICULUM VITAE (Brief)
Updated November 20, 2005
EDUCATION: Northwest Christian College, B.A., 1958-62; University of Oregon, M.A., 1957-63; School of Theology at Claremont, 1963-64; Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany, 1965-66; Claremont Graduate School, 1964-68 (Ph.D. received 1970)
RECENT HONORS AND AWARDS: (1) One of some 60 theologians worldwide included in the Handbook of Christian Theologians, ed. Musser and Price, 1996. (2) Recipient of the Book Prize of the Scientific and Medical Network in 2000 (for Religion and Scientific Naturalism).
EDITORIAL POSITIONS: (1) Editor of The SUNY Series in Constructive Postmodern Thought (1987-2004), which published 31 volumes. (2) Editor of The Forum in Process Studies.
1. A PROCESS CHRISTOLOGY. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1973. Reprinted with new preface, Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1990.
2. GOD, POWER, AND EVIL: A PROCESS THEODICY. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1976. Reprinted with a new preface, Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1991.
3. PROCESS THEOLOGY: AN INTRODUCTORY EXPOSITION (with John B. Cobb, Jr.). Philadelphia: Westminster; Belfast: Christian Journals, 1976. Also published in German (1979; trans. Marianne Muehlenberg), Japanese (1976; trans. Tokiyuki Nobuhara), Italian (Editrice Queriniana, 1978; trans. Giuseppe Grampa), and Chinese (Beijing: Central Compilation & Translation Press, 1999; trans. Yuehou Qu).
4. GOD AND RELIGION IN THE POSTMODERN WORLD. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989. Also published in Korean (Seoul: ChoMyung Press, 1995; trans. SungDo Kang), Persian (Tehran: 2002; trans. and edited by Hamidreza Ayatollahy), and Chinese (Beijing: Central Compilation & Translation Press, 2003; trans. Mutian Sun).
5. VARIETIES OF POSTMODERN THEOLOGY (with William A. Beardslee and Joe Holland). Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989.
6. PRIMORDIAL TRUTH AND POSTMODERN THEOLOGY (with Huston Smith). Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989. Also published in Turkish as “Ezeli Hakikat ve Post-Modern Hahiyat” in Unutulan Hakikat [Forgotten Truth], by Huston Smith/David Rey [sic] Griffin, transl. Latif Boyaci (Istanbul: Insan Yayinlari, 1998).
7. EVIL REVISITED: RESPONSES AND RECONSIDERATIONS. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991.
8. FOUNDERS OF CONSTRUCTIVE POSTMODERN PHILOSOPHY: PEIRCE, JAMES, BERGSON, WHITEHEAD, and HARTSHORNE (with John B. Cobb, Jr., Marcus P. Ford, Pete A. Y. Gunter, and Peter Ochs). Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993. Also published in Chinese (Beijing: Central Compilation & Translation Press, 2001; trans. Yuehou Qu). French translation of my introduction (“Whitehead et la philosophie constructiviste postmoderne”) published in Isabelle Stengers, ed., L’Effet Whitehead (Paris: Libraire Philosophique J. Vrin, 1994), 163-96.
9. PARAPSYCHOLOGY, PHILOSOPHY, AND SPIRITUALITY: A POSTMODERN EXPLORATION. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997. Also published in Turkish as Parapsikoloji ve Felsefe: Postmodern bir perspektif, trans. Yasemin Tokatli (Istanbul: Ruh ve Madde, 1998).
10. UNSNARLING THE WORLDKNOT: CONSCIOUSNESS, FREEDOM, AND THE MIND-BODY PROBLEM. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1998.
11. RELIGION AND SCIENTIFIC NATURALISM: OVERCOMING THE CONFLICTS. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000.
12. REENCHANTMENT WITHOUT SUPERNATURALISM: A PROCESS PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2001. Also published in Korean, trans. by Wang Shik Jang, 2005.
13. The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11. Northampton, Mass.: Olive Branch Press (Interlink Books), March, 2004; Updated Edition with a New Afterword, August, 2004. Translations (of Updated Version): Italian trans. by Giuseppina Oneto, 11 Settembre: Cosa C’è di Vero Nelle “Teorie del Complotto” (Rome: Fazi Editore, 2004). Chinese trans., 2005.
14. Two Great Truths: A New Synthesis of Scientific Naturalism and Christian Faith. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2004.
15. The 9/11 Commission Report: Omissions and Distortions. Northampton, Mass.: Olive Branch Press (Interlink Books), 2005.
16. The American Empire and the Commonwealth of God: A Political, Economic, Religious Statement. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2006, co-authored with John B. Cobb, Jr., Richard Falk, and Catherine Keller (forth-coming).
17. Whitehead’s Radically Different Postmodern Philosophy: An Argument for Its Contemporary Relevance. Albany: SUNY Press, 2006 (forth-coming).
1. MIND IN NATURE: ESSAYS ON THE INTERFACE OF SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY (with John B. Cobb, Jr.). Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1977.
2. JOHN COBB'S THEOLOGY IN PROCESS (with Thomas J. J. Altizer). Philadelphia: Westminster, 1977.
3. PROCESS AND REALITY, by A. N. Whitehead. Corrected Edition (with Donald W. Sherburne). New York: Free Press, 1978.
4. PHYSICS AND THE ULTIMATE SIGNIFICANCE OF TIME: BOHM, PRIGOGINE, AND PROCESS PHILOSOPHY. Albany: State University of New York, 1986.
5. THE REENCHANTMENT OF SCIENCE: POSTMODERN PROPOSALS. Albany: State University of New York, 1988. Also published in Chinese (Beijing: Central Compilation and Translation Press, 1995; trans. Jifang Ma).
6. SPIRITUALITY AND SOCIETY: POSTMODERN VISIONS. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1988. Also published in Chinese (Beijing: Central Compilation and Translation Press, 1998; trans. Chengbing Wang).
7. ARCHETYPAL PROCESS: SELF AND DIVINE IN WHITEHEAD, JUNG, AND HILLMAN. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1989.
8. SACRED INTERCONNECTIONS: POSTMODERN SPIRITUALITY, POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND ART. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990.
9. THEOLOGY AND THE UNIVERSITY: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JOHN B. COBB, JR. (with Joseph C. Hough, Jr.). Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991.
10. POSTMODERN POLITICS FOR A PLANET IN CRISIS: POLICY, PROCESS, AND PRESIDENTIAL VISION (with Richard A. Falk). Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993.
11. JEWISH THEOLOGY AND PROCESS THOUGHT (with Sandra B. Lubarsky). Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996.
12. Deep Religious Pluralism. Louisville: Westminster/John Knox, 2005.
13. 9/11 and the American Empire: Intellectuals Speak Out (with Peter Dale Scott). Northampton: Interlink Books, 2006 (forthcoming).
ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
1. Translation of Wolfhart Pannenberg, "Appearance as the Arrival of the Future," JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION XXXV/2 (July, 1967), 107-18. Reprinted in Wolfhart Pannenberg, THEOLOGY AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1969), 127-43.
2. "Schubert Ogden's Christology and the Possibilities of Process Philosophy," THE CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR 50 (Fall, 1967), 290-303. Reprinted in PROCESS PHILOSOPHY AND CHRISTIAN THOUGHT, ed. Delwin Brown, Ralph E. James, Jr., and Gene Reeves (Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1971), 347-61.
3. "The Process Theology of Norman Pittenger: A Review Article," PROCESS STUDIES 1/2 (Summer, 1971), 136-49.
4. "Is Revelation Coherent?" THEOLOGY TODAY 28 (October, 1971), 278-94.
5. "The Possibility of Subjective Immortality in Whitehead's Philosophy," UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON REVIEW 8 (Winter, 1971), 43-56. Reprinted in THE MODERN SCHOOLMAN LIII/I (November, 1975), 39-57.
6. "Bibliography of Secondary Literature on A. N. Whitehead" (with Gene Reeves), PROCESS STUDIES l/4 (Winter, 1971) (constitutes entire issue).
7. "The Essential Elements of a Contemporary Christology," ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 33 (Spring, 1972), 170-184.
8. "Philosophical Theology and the Pastoral Ministry," ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 33 (Summer, 1972), 230-44.
9. "Whitehead's Contributions to a Theology of Nature," BUCKNELL REVIEW 20 (Winter, 1972), 3-24.
10. "Hartshorne's Differences From Whitehead," TWO PROCESS PHILOSOPHERS, ed. Lewis Ford (American Academy of Religion, 1973), 35-57.
11. "Whitehead and Niebuhr on God, Man, and the World," JOURNAL OF RELIGION 52 (April, 1973), 149-75.
12. "Gordon Kaufman's Theology: Some Questions," JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION 41/4 (December, 1973), 554-572.
13. "Divine Causality, Evil and Philosophical Theology: A Critique of James Ross," INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION 4/3 (1973), 168-86. A slightly revised version constitutes chapter 14 ("James Ross: All the World's A Stage") of David Ray Griffin, GOD, POWER, AND EVIL (Philadelphia: Westminster, 1976).
14. "A New Vision of Nature," THE PROCEEDINGS FOR EARTH ETHICS TODAY AND TOMORROW (Bowling Green State University, 1973), ed. Donald Scherer. Reprinted in ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 35 (Spring, 1974), 95-107.
15. "Human Liberation and Reverence for Nature," ANTICIPATION (Church and Society, World Council of Churches) No. 16 (March, 1974), 25-30.
16. "Faith, Reason, and Christology: A Response to Father Meilach," THE CORD 24 (1974), 258-67.
17. "Buddhist Thought and Whitehead's Philosophy," INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY XIV/3 (September, 1974), 261-84. Reprinted in Twentieth Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 97 (GRI/International Thomson Publishing, 2000).
18. "A Process Theology of Creation," MIDSTREAM (Indianapolis: Council on Christian Unity) XIII/1-2 (Fall-Winter, 1973-74), 48-70.
19. "Holy Spirit, Compassion, and Reverence for Being," RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE AND PROCESS THEOLOGY: THE PASTORAL CONCERNS OF A MAJOR MODERN MOVEMENT, ed. Bernard M. Lee, S. M., and Harry James Cargas (Paulist, 1975), 107-20.
20. "Christ in Evolutionary Context: A Review Article" (Eugene TeSelle’s CHRIST IN CONTEXT), ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 37/1 (Winter, 1976), 91-101.
21. "Relativism, Divine Causation, and Biblical Theology," ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 36/4 (Autumn, 1975), 342-60. Reprinted in Owen C. Thomas, ed., GOD'S ACTIVITY IN THE WORLD: THE CONTEMPORARY PROBLEM (AAR Studies in Religion No. 31, Scholars Press, 1983), 117-36.
22. "Response to George W. Coats and Bernard M. Loomer," ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 36/4 (Autumn, 1975), 376-78.
23. "Whitehead's Philosophy and Some General Notions of Physics and Biology" (122-34) and "Some Whiteheadian Comments on the Discussion" (97-100), MIND IN NATURE: ESSAYS ON THE INTERFACE OF SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY, ed. John B. Cobb, Jr., and David Ray Griffin (University Press of America, 1977).
24. "Introduction: Post-Modern Theology for a New Christian Existence," JOHN COBB'S THEOLOGY IN PROCESS, ed. David Ray Griffin and Thomas J. J. Altizer (Westminster, 1977), 5-24.
25. "The Subjectivist Principle and Its Reformed and Unreformed Versions," PROCESS STUDIES 7/1 (1977), 27-36.
26. "John B. Cobb, Jr." LESSICO DEI TEOLOGI DEL SECOLO XX, ed. Piersandro Vanzan and Hans Jurgen Schultz (Brescia, Italy: Editrice Queriniana, 1978), 727-34 (in Italian).
27. "Values, Evil, and Liberation Theology," ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 40/1 (Winter, 1979), 1-15. Reprinted in PROCESS PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL THOUGHT, ed. John B. Cobb, Jr., and W. Widick Schroeder (Chicago: Center for the Scientific Study of Religion 1981), 183-96. Also published as "Dios, el mal, los valores y la teologia de la liberacion” in PRAXIS CHRISTIANA Y PRODUCCION TEOLOGICA, ed. Jorge V. Pixley and Jean-Pierr Bastian (Salamanca, Spain: Ediciones Sigueme, 1978), 101-17.
28. "North Atlantic and Latin American Liberation Theologians," ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 40/1 (Winter, 1979), 17-30. Reprinted in PROCESS PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL THOUGHT, ed. John B. Cobb, Jr., and W. Widick Schroeder (Chicago: Center for the Scientific Study of Religion, 1981), 197-209.
29. "Ordination for Homosexuals? Yes," ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 40/3 (Summer, 1979), 265-72.
30. "The Holy, Necessary Goodness, and Morality," JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS ETHICS 8/2 (Fall, 1980), 330-49.
31. "Creation out of Chaos and the Problem of Evil," ENCOUNTERING EVIL: LIVE OPTIONS IN THEODICY, ed. Stephen T. Davis (John Knox, 1981), 101-17. Partially reprinted in Stephen H. Phillips, PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION: A GLOBAL APPROACH (Harcourt Brace, 1996), 251-56.
32. Critiques of John Roth (26-29), John Hick (53-55), Stephen Davis (87-89), and Frederick Sontag (152-54) in ENCOUNTERING EVIL: LIVE OPTIONS IN THEODICY, ed. Stephen T. Davis (John Knox, 1981).
33. Response to Critiques (from John Roth, John Hick, Stephen Davis, and Frederick Sontag) in ENCOUNTERING EVIL: LIVE OPTIONS IN THEODICY, ed. Stephen T. Davis (John Knox, 1981), 128-36.
34. "Whitehead, God, and the Untroubled Mind: A Review Article" (Lawrence Wilmot's WHITEHEAD AND GOD), ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 42/2 (Spring, 1981), 169-88.
35. "Actuality, Possibility, and Theodicy: A Response to Nelson Pike," PROCESS STUDIES 12/3 (Fall, 1982), 168-79.
36. Contributions to WHITEHEAD AND LAMB: A NEW NETWORK OF CONNECTION, by S. M. Lamb, J. B. Cobb, Jr., D. R. Griffin, J. O. Regan, and A. Basu (Claremont Graduate School, Spring, 1982), 16-18, 21-24, 31, 39-41, 43-47.
37. "Power Divine and Demonic: A Review Article" (Arthur McGill's SUFFERING), ENCOUNTER (Indianapolis) 45/1 (Winter, 1984), 67-75.
38. "The Rationality of Belief in God: A Response to Hans Küng," FAITH AND PHILOSOPHY 1/1 (January, 1984), 16-26.
39. "Mind in Nature: Nobel Conference XVII" (a review article), ZYGON 19/1 (March, 1984), 106-10.
40. "Edward Farley's Ecclesial Reflection: An Anatomy of Theological Method” (a review article), RELIGIOUS STUDIES REVIEW 10/3 (July, 1984), 244-47.
41. "John B. Cobb, Jr.," A HANDBOOK OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGIANS, Enlarged Edition, ed. Dean G. Peerman and Martin E. Marty (Abingdon Press, 1984), 691-709. Reprinted, in slightly altered and enlarged form, as “John B. Cobb, Jr.: A Theological Biography,” in THEOLOGY AND THE UNIVERSITY: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF JOHN B. COBB, JR., ed. David Ray Griffin and Joseph C. Hough, Jr. (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991), 225-42.
42. "Bohm and Whitehead on Wholeness, Freedom, Causality, and Time," ZYGON 20/2 (June, 1985), 165-191. Reprinted in slightly revised form in PHYSICS AND THE ULTIMATE SIGNIFICANCE OF TIME, ed. David Ray Griffin (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1986), 127-53.
43. "Introduction: Time and the Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness," in PHYSICS AND THE ULTIMATE SIGNIFICANCE OF TIME, ed. David Ray Griffin (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1986), 1-48.
44. "Creativity in PostModern Religion," CREATIVITY IN ART, RELIGION AND CULTURE, ed. Michael Mitias (Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi B.V., 1985), 64-85. Reprinted in revised form as "Creativity and Postmodern Religion" in David Ray Griffin, GOD AND RELIGION IN THE POSTMODERN WORLD (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1988), 29-49. This revised form partially (37-49) reprinted in THE POST-MODERN READER, ed. Charles Jencks (London: Academy Editions; New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992), 373-82.
45. "Faith and Spiritual Discipline: A Comparison of Augustinian and Process Theologies," FAITH AND PHILOSOPHY 3/1 (January, 1986), 54-67. Reprinted in revised form as "Spiritual Discipline in the Medieval, Modern, and Postmodern Worlds,” in David Ray Griffin, GOD AND RELIGION IN THE POSTMODERN WORLD (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1988).
46. "Whitehead and Mind-Body Interaction: A Response to Steven Rosen," THE JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PSYCHICAL RESEARCH 9/1 (January, 1986), 4-10.
47. "Robert S. Brumbaugh's UNREALITY AND TIME" (a review article), PROCESS STUDIES 15/1 (Spring, 1986), 53-58.
48. "Lewis Ford's THE EMERGENCE OF WHITEHEAD'S METAPHYSICS, 1925-1929" (a review article), PROCESS STUDIES 15/3 (Fall, 1986), 194-207.
49. "What Process Theology Has to Offer: A Perspective," PARISH AND PROCESS 2/1 (April 1987), 3-8.
50. "Creation Ex Nihilo, the Divine Modus Operandi, and the Imitatio Dei," in FAITH AND CREATIVITY: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF EUGENE PETERS, ed. George Nordgulen and George W. Shields (St. Louis: CPB Press, 1988), 95-123.
51. "Of Minds and Molecules: Medicine in a Psychosomatic Universe," Marcus P. Ford, ed., A PROCESS THEORY OF MEDICINE: INTERDISCIPLINARY ESSAYS (Edwin Mellen, 1988), 115-55. Reprinted in slightly revised form as "Of Minds and Molecules: Postmodern Medicine in a Psychosomatic Universe" in David Ray Griffin, ed., THE REENCHANTMENT OF SCIENCE: POST-MODERN PROPOSALS (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1988), 141-63. Excerpt published in NOETIC SCIENCES REVIEW 9 (Winter, 1989), 17-18.
52. "On Ian Barbour's Issues in Science and Religion: A Review Essay," ZYGON 23/1 (March, 1988), 57-81.
53. "Introduction to SUNY Series in Constructive Postmodern Thought." Contained in each volume of the series, beginning with The Reenchantment of Science (1988). A revised version appears in each volume from 2000 on, beginning with Jerry Gill’s The Tacit Mode.
54. "Introduction: The Reenchantment of Science," in David Ray Griffin, ed., THE REENCHANTMENT OF SCIENCE: POSTMODERN PROPOSALS (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1988), 1-46. Partially (pp. 13-30, 38-45) reprinted in Charles Jencks, ed., THE POST-MODERN READER (London: Academy Editions; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1992), 354-72. Partially (2-8, 22-30) reprinted in Lawrence E. Cahoone, ed., FROM MODERNISM TO POST-MODERNISM: AN ANTHOLOGY (Blackwell, 1996), 665-86.
55. "Introduction: Postmodern Spirituality and Society," David Ray Griffin, ed., SPIRITUALITY AND SOCIETY: POSTMODERN VISIONS (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1988), 1-31. Slightly revised version reprinted in DIALOGUE AND HUMANISM 2 (1991). Chinese translation (by Wenyu Xie) of this reprinted version published in FOREIGN SOCIAL SCIENCES (Beijing) 11 (1992).
56. "Peace and the Postmodern Paradigm," in David Ray Griffin, ed., SPIRITUALITY AND SOCIETY: POSTMODERN VISIONS (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), 143-54.
57. “Introduction: Varieties of Postmodern Theology,” in David Ray Griffin, William A. Beardslee, and Joe Holland, Varieties of Post-modern Theology (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), 1-8.
58. “Postmodern Theology as Liberation Theology: A Response to Harvey Cox,” in David Ray Griffin, William A. Beardslee, and Joe Holland, Varieties of Postmodern Theology (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), 81-94.
59. “Liberation Theology and Postmodern Theology: A Response to Cornel West,” in David Ray Griffin, William A. Beardslee, and Joe Holland, Varieties of Postmodern Theology (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), 129-49.
60. Postmodern Theology and A/theology: A Response to Mark C. Taylor,” in David Ray Griffin, William A. Beardslee, and Joe Holland, Varieties of Postmodern Theology (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), 29-62.
61. “Charles Hartshorne's Postmodern Philosophy," in Robert Kane and Stephen Phillips, ed., HARTSHORNE, PROCESS PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1989), 1-33. Reprinted in David Ray Griffin et al., FOUNDERS OF CONSTRUCTIVE POSTMODERN PHILOSOPHY (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993), 197-231.
62. “Introduction: Archetypal Psychology and Process Theology: Complementary Postmodern Movements," in David Ray Griffin, ed., ARCHETYPAL PROCESS (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1989), 1-76.
63. "A Metaphysical Psychology to UnLocke our Ailing World," in David Ray Griffin, ed., ARCHETYPAL PROCESS (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1989), 239-49.
64. "Life After Death in the Modern and Post-Modern Worlds," in RELIGION AND PARAPSYCHOLOGY, ed. Arthur S. Berger and Henry O. Thompson (Barrytown, N.Y.: Unification Theological Seminary, 1989), 39-60.
65. "Toward a Postmodern Science," IS JOURNAL 7/8 (1989), 76-83.
66. "Reply: Must God Be Unlimited? Naturalistic vs. Supernaturalistic Theism," CONCEPTS OF THE ULTIMATE, ed. Linda J. Tessier (London: Macmillan, 1989), 23-31.
67. "Redefining the Divine: An Interview with David Ray Griffin," IN CONTEXT 24 (Late Winter 1990), 20-25.
68. "Life After Death, Parapsychology, and Post-Modern Animism," in DEATH AND AFTERLIFE, ed. Stephen T. Davis (London: Macmillan Press, 1990), 88-109.
69. "The Restless Universe: A Postmodern Vision," in THE RESTLESS EARTH: NOBEL CONFERENCE XXIV, ed. Keith J. Carlson (San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1990), 59-111.
70. "Response from David Ray Griffin," in THE RESTLESS EARTH: NOBEL CONFERENCE XXIV, ed. Keith J. Carlson (San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1990), 198-201.
71. "Introduction: Sacred Interconnections," in SACRED INTERCONNECTIONS: POSTMODERN SPIRITUALITY, POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND ART, ed. David Ray Griffin (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990), 1-14.
72. "Process Theology as Empirical, Rational, and Speculative: Some Reflections on Method," PROCESS STUDIES 19/2 (Summer, 1990), 116-35.
73. "Professing Theology in the State University," in THEOLOGY AND THE UNIVERSITY, ed. David Ray Griffin and Joseph C. Hough (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991), 3-34.
74. "How are God and Evolution Related?" (with Joseph A. Deegan), WHAT'S A CHRISTIAN TO DO?, ed. David P. Polk (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 1991), 23-45.
75. "How Are God and Evil Related?" (with Joseph A. Deegan & Daniel E. H. Bryant), WHAT'S A CHRISTIAN TO DO?, ed. David P. Polk (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 1991), 47-68.
76. "Steiner's Anthroposophy and Whitehead's Philosophy," REVISION 14/1 (Summer 1991), 1-22.
77. "Postmodern Theology as First-World Liberation Theology," in RELIGION AND THE POST-MODERN VISION: PAINE LECTURES 1991 (Columbia: University of Missouri-Columbia, 1992), 1-22.
78. "Griffin Response to Peters" (to Ted Peters' review of David Ray Griffin, ed., THE REENCHANTMENT OF SCIENCE and SPIRITUALITY AND SOCIETY), ZYGON 27/3 (September 1992), 343-44.
79. "Green Spirituality: A Postmodern Convergence of Science and Religion," JOURNAL OF THEOLOGY (Dayton, Ohio: United Theological Seminary), 1992: 5-20.
80. "Process Theology," A NEW HANDBOOK OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY, ed. Donald W. Musser and Joseph L. Price (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1992), 383-88.
81. "Hartshorne, God, and Relativity Physics," PROCESS STUDIES 21/2 (Summer, 1992), 85-112.
82. "Augustine on God and Evil" (reprint of ch. 6 of GOD, POWER, AND EVIL), in Michael Peterson, ed., THE PROBLEM OF EVIL: SELECTED READINGS.
83. "Parapsychology and the Need for a Post-modern Philosophy," EXCEPTIONAL HUMAN EXPERIENCE 10/2 (December 1992), 155-62.
84. "Introduction: Constructive Postmodern Philosophy," in David Ray Griffin et al., FOUNDERS OF CONSTRUCTIVE POSTMODERN PHILOSOPHY (1993), 1-42. Also published (in slightly abridged form) as "Whitehead et la philosophie constructiviste postmoderne,” trans. Isabelle Stengers, in L'EFFET WHITEHEAD, ed. Isabelle Stengers (Paris: Libraire Philosophique J. Vrin, 1994), 163-96.
85. “The 'Vision Thing,' the Presidency, and the Ecological Crisis, or the Greenhouse Effect and the 'White House Effect,’” in POSTMODERN POLITICS FOR A PLANET IN CRISIS, ed. David Ray Griffin and Richard A. Falk (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1993), 67-101.
86. "What is Consciousness and Why is it so Problematic?" CULTIVATING CONSCIOUSNESS: ENHANCING HUMAN POTENTIAL, WELLNESS, AND HEALING, ed. K. Ramakrishna Rao (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1993), 51-70.
87. "Parapsychology and Philosophy: A Whiteheadian Postmodern Perspective," JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH 87/3 (July 1993), 217-88.
88. "Whitehead's Deeply Ecological Worldview," WORLDVIEWS AND ECOLOGY: BUCKNELL REVIEW 37/2, ed. Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim (Lewisburg, Penn.: Bucknell University Press, 1993), 190-206. Volume reprinted as WORLD-VIEWS AND ECOLOGY: RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY, AND THE ENVIRONMENT (Maryknoll: Orbis Books, 1994).
89. "Postmodern Theology for the Church" (three-part lecture series containing "Liberal But Not Modern: Overcoming the Liberal-Conservative Antithesis" [201-22], "Why Demonic Power Exists: Understanding the Church's Enemy" [223-40], and "Overcoming the Demonic: The Church's Mission" [241-60]), LEXINGTON THEOLOGICAL QUARTERLY 28/3 (Fall 1993), 201-60.
90. "Parapsychology and Post-Modern Process Theology," Part I: CREATIVE TRANSFORMATION 3/1 (Autumn 1993), 1, 8, 10-11; Part II: CREATIVE TRANSFORMATION 3/2 (Winter, 1994), 1, 3-4.
91. "Dualism, Materialism, Idealism, and Psi: A Reply to John Palmer," JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH 88/1 (January 1994), 23-39.
92. "Parapsychology, Psychokinesis, Survival, and Whitehead: A Reply to Frederick Ferré," JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PSYCHICAL RESEARCH 88/3 (July 1994), 255-74.
93. “The Mind-Body Relation as Key to the Science-Religion Relation,” PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTE FOR LIBERAL STUDIES: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & RELIGIOUS IDEAS, Vol. 5 (Frankfort: Kentucky State University (Fall, 1994): 1-15.
94. "Foreword" for Jerry D. Korsmeyer, GOD-CREATURE-REVELATION: A NEOCLASSICAL FRAMEWORK FOR FUNDAMENTAL THEOLOGY (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 1995), ix-xii.
95. “Introduction to the Chinese Version of The Reenchantment of Science” (in Chinese, trans. Wenyu Xie), in The Reenchantment of Science (in Chinese, trans. Jifang Ma (Beijing: Central Compilation and Translation Press, 1995).
96. "Process Theodicy, Christology, and the Imitatio Dei," in JEWISH THEOLOGY AND PROCESS THOUGHT, ed. Sandra Lubarsky and David Ray Griffin (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996), 95-125.
97. "Modern and Postmodern Liberal Theology: A Response to Alvin Reines," in JEWISH THEOLOGY AND PROCESS THOUGHT, ed. Sandra Lubarsky and David Ray Griffin (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996), 289-308.
98. “Why Critical Reflection on the Paranormal is So Important---and So Difficult,” in CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON THE PARANORMAL, ed. Michael Stoeber and Hugo Meynell (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996), 87-117.
99. "Charles Hartshorne," in HANDBOOK OF CHRISTIAN THEOLOGIANS, ed. Donald W. Musser & Joseph L. Price (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1996).
100. "Postmodern Science," in REVISIONARY SCIENCE: ESSAYS TOWARD A NEW KNOWLEDGE BASE FOR OUR CULTURE, ed. Susan E. Mehrtens (Waterbury, Vermont: The Potlatch Group, 1996), 54-112.
101. “God is Creative-Responsive Love” (a portion of chapter 3 of Process Theology, co-authored with John B. Cobb, Jr.), PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION: SELECTED READINGS, ed. Michael Peterson, William Hasker, Bruce Reichenbach, and David Basinger (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), 134-41.
102. "A Naturalistic Trinity," TRINITY IN PROCESS: A RELATIONAL THEOLOGY OF GOD, ed. Joseph A. Bracken and Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki (New York: Continuum, 1997), 23-40.
103. “Nicolas Nissiotis and Process Theology” (with John B. Cobb, Jr.), NIKOS A. NISSIOTIS: RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY AND SPORT IN DIALOGUE, ed. Marina N. Nissiotis and Mihail P. Grigoris (Athens: Athnai, 1994 [actually 1997]), 356-61.
104. “Divine Goodness and Demonic Evil,” EVIL AND THE RESPONSE OF WORLD RELIGION, ed. William Cenkner (St. Paul: Paragon House, 1997), 223-40.
105. “Panexperientialist Physicalism and the Mind-Body Problem,” JOURNAL OF CONSCIOUSNESS STUDIES 4/3 (1997), 248-68.
106. “Process Theology,” A COMPANION TO PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION, ed. Philip L. Quinn and Charles Taliaferro (Cambridge, Mass., and Oxford: Blackwell, 1997), 136-42.
107. “A Richer or a Poorer Naturalism? A Critique of Willem Drees’s Religion, Science and Naturalism,” ZYGON 32/4 (December 1997): 593-614.
108. “Science, Religion, and Metaphysics: A Response to Haught,” CENTER FOR THEOLOGY AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES BULLETIN 18/1 (Winter 1998): 13-15.
109. “Being Bold: Anticipating a Whiteheadian Century,” THE JOURNAL OF WHITEHEAD STUDIES (Seoul: The Whitehead Society of Korea) 1 (1998): 15-34. (Most of this issue is in Korean, but a few articles, including my own, are in English.)
110. “Christian Faith and Scientific Naturalism: An Appreciative Critique of Phillip Johnson’s Proposal,” CHRISTIAN SCHOLAR’S REVIEW 28/2 (Winter 1998): 308-28.
111. “Process Philosophy,” ROUTLEDGE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF PHILOSOPHY, ed. Edward Craig (London: Routledge, 1998), Vol. 7: 711-16.
112. “Global Government: Objections Considered,” TOWARD GENUINE GLOBAL GOVERNANCE: CRITICAL REACTIONS TO “OUR GLOBAL NEIGHBORHOOD,” ed. Errol E. Harris and James A. Yunker (Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1999), 69-92.
113. “Materialist and Panexperientialist Physicalism: A Critique of Jaegwon Kim’s Supervenience and Mind,” PROCESS STUDIES 28/1-2 (Spring-Summer 1999): 4-27.
114. “Reply to Jaegwon Kim,” PROCESS STUDIES 28/1-2 (Spring-Summer 1999): 35-36.
115. “Religious Experience, Naturalism, and the Social Scientific Study of Religion,” JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION 68/1 (March 2000): 99-125.
116. “Rejoinder to Preus and Segal,” JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION 68/1 (March 2000): 143-49.
117. “Process Philosophy and Theology,” THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE AND RELIGION IN THE WESTERN TRADITION: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA, ed. Gary Ferngren (New York: Garland, 2000), 214-19.
118. "A Conversation with Ervin Laszlo," Process Perspectives 23/2 (Fall 2000): 5-6.
119. “Process Theology and the Christian Good News: A Response to Classical Free Will Theism,” SEARCHING FOR AN ADEQUATE GOD: A DIALOGUE BETWEEN PROCESS AND FREE WILL THEISTS, ed. John B. Cobb, Jr., and Clark H. Pinnock (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000), 1-38.
120. “In Response to William Hasker,” SEARCHING FOR AN ADEQUATE GOD: A DIALOGUE BETWEEN PROCESS AND FREE WILL THEISTS, ed. John B. Cobb, Jr., and Clark H. Pinnock (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2000), 246-62.
121. “Traditional Free Will Theodicy and Process Theodicy: Hasker’s Claim for Parity,” Process Studies 29/2 (Fall-Winter 2000), 209-26.
122. “On Hasker’s Attempt to Defend His Parity Claim,” Process Studies 29/2 (Fall-Winter 2000), 233-36.
123. “Science and Religion: A Postmodern Perspective,” Beyond Conflict and Reduction: Between Philosophy, Science and Religion, ed. William Desmond, John Steffen, and Koen Decoster (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2001), 45-65.
124. “Creation out of Nothing, Creation Out of Chaos, and the Problem of Evil,” Encountering Evil: Live Options in Theodicy, ed. Stephen T. Davis, 2nd edition (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2001), 108-25.
125. Critiques of John Roth (25-28), John Hick (52-56), Stephen Davis (93-97), and D. Z. Phillips (164-67), Encountering Evil: Live Options in Theodicy, 2nd edition, ed. Stephen T. Davis (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2001).
126. Rejoinder to Critiques (from John Roth, John Hick, Stephen Davis, and D. Z. Phillips), Encountering Evil: Live Options in Theodicy, 2nd edition, ed. Stephen T. Davis (Philadelphia: Westminster/John Knox, 2001), 137-44.
127. “Divine Activity and Scientific Naturalism,” Religion and Its Relevance in Post-Modernism: Essays in Honor of Jack C. Verheyden, ed. John S. Park and Gayle D. Beebe (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001), 33-51.
128. “Process Philosophy of Religion,” International Journal for the Philosophy of Religion (50th anniversary issue, ed. Eugene T. Long) 50 (2001): 131-51.
129. “Time in Process Philosophy,” KronoScope: Journal for the Study of Time 1/1-2 (2001): 75-99.
130. “Is the Universe Designed? Yes and No.” Cosmic Questions, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 950, ed. James B. Miller (New York: New York Academy of Sciences, 2001), 191-205.
131. “White Crows Abounding: Evidence for the Paranormal” (in Chinese). Translation (by Yingqian Lu, Liang Zhao, and Shan Song) of portions of Ch. 2 of Parapsychology, Philosophy, and Spirituality. In Chinese and International Philosophy of Medicine 2001 (special issue on “Qigong and the Human Body: Philosophical Explorations”), 61-98.
132. “Scientific Naturalism, the Mind-Body Relation, and Religious Experience,” Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 37/2 (June 2002): 361-380.
133. “Foreword” to Persian translation of God and Religion in the Postmodern World, trans. by Hamidreza Ayatollahy (2002).
134. “Being Bold: Anticipating a Whiteheadian Century,” Process Studies 31/2 (Fall-Winter 2002): 3-15.
135. “Of Meontic Freedom & Panexperientialism: An Interview with David Ray Griffin,” Metanexus Views, June 13, 2002.
136. “Whitehead, China, Postmodern Politics, and Global Democracy in the New Millennium” (in Chinese), Culture Communication, June, 2002. Also published in Seeking Truth, No.5, 2002, and in China Process Studies, No.1, 2003.
137. “The Postmodern Turn and the Hope of Our Planet,” (interview conducted by Xiaohua Wang), Social Sciences Abroad, No. 3, 2003: 82-86; also published in Chinese Self-Study Guide No. 3, 2003: 17-20, and in Century China, Jan. 25, 2003: 1-7 (all in Chinese). Also published as “The Postmodern Turn and Democratic Global Government,” Culture Communication, February, 2003; also published in China Weekly No. 68 (2003): 1-3 (Part I), and No. 69 (2003): 16-19 (Part II) (all in Chinese).
138. “The Mystery of the Subjectivist Principle” (with Olav Bryant Smith), Process Studies 32:1 (SpringSummer 2003): 3-36.
139. “Reconstructive Theology,” The Cambridge Companion to Postmodern Theology, ed. Kevin J. Vanhoozer (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), 92-108.
140. “The Moral Need for Global Democracy,” Belonging Together: Faith and Politics in a Relational World, ed. Douglas Sturm (Claremont: P&F Press, 2003), 119-39.
141. “A Process Alternative to Pax Americana” (with John B. Cobb, Jr.), Center for Process Studies website (www.ctr4process.org), 2003.
142. “Truth as Correspondence, Knowledge as Dialogical: On Affirming Pluralism without Relativism,” Truth: Interdisciplinary Dialogues in a Pluralist Age, ed. Christine Helmer and Kristin De Troyer with Katie Goetz (Leuven: Peeters, 2003), 233-50.
143. “Panentheism: A Postmodern Revelation,” In Whom We Live and Move and Have Our Being: Reflections on Panentheism for a Scientific Age, ed. Philip Clayton and Arthur Peacocke (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2004), 36-47.
144. “Scientific Naturalism: A Great Truth that Got Distorted,” Theology and Science, 2/1 (April 2004), 9-30.
145. “Morality and Scientific Naturalism: Overcoming the Conflicts,” in Philosophy of Religion in the New Century: Essays in Honor of Eugene Thomas Long, ed. Jeremiah Hackett and Jerald Wallulis (Kluwer Publications, 2004), 81-104.
146. “Feeling and Morality in Whitehead’s System,” Schleiermacher and Whitehead: Open Systems in Dialogue, ed. Christine Helmer, with Marjorie Suchocki, John Quiring, and Katie Goetz (Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2004), 265-94.
147. “A Philosophy Professor Leads the Charge: G&G Talks with David Ray Griffin,” Garlic and Grass, June 26, 2004.
148. “Comments on the Responses by Van Till and Shults,” Theology and Science 2/2 (November 2004), 181-85.
149. “Resurrection and Empire: A Sermon,” Creative Transformation 13/4 (Fall 2004), 12-13, 16-17.
150. “Foreword” to Olav Bryant Smith, Myths of the Self: Narrative Identity and Postmodern Metaphysics (Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2004), ix-xi.
151. “Preface to the Westminster John Knox Edition” of God, Power, and Evil: A Process Theodicy (Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2004), 1-10.
152. “Panentheism’s Significance in the Science-and-Religion Discussion,” Science & Theology News, May 2005 (35, 41), written as Guest Editor of this issue’s “Science & Religion Guide to Panentheism,” 34-41.
153. “9/11 and the American Empire: How Should Religious People Respond?” 9/11 CitizensWatch, May 7, 2005. Also available on a DVD at 9/11 Visibility.org.
154. “The 9/11 Commission Report: A 571-Page Lie,” 9/11 Visibility Project, May 22, 2005; Garlic and Grass, July 10, 2005.
155. “What If Everything You Know about 9/11 Is Wrong?” Interview with Bruce David and Carolyn Sinclair, Hustler Magazine, August, 2005: 32-35, 108 (available here [text only] and here [with graphics).
156. “Truth and Politics of 9/11: Omissions and Distortions of The 9/11 Commission Report,” Global Outlook, Issue 10 (Spring-Summer 2005), 45-56.
157. “9/11: A Christian Theologian’s Response: Deceptions of Empire and the Anti-Imperial Gospel of Jesus,” Zion’s Herald, July/August 2005: 5-6, 39-40 (available here and here).
158. “9/11 and the Mainstream Press,” 9/11 Visibility Project, July 29, 2005.
159. “Getting Agnostic about 9/11” (an interview conducted by Mark Ehrman), LA Times Magazine, August 28, 2005.
160. “Whitehead, China, Postmodern Politics, and Global Democracy.” Whitehead and China: Relevance and Relationship, ed. Wenyu Xie, Zhihe Wang, and George E. Derfer (Frankfurt/New Brunswick: Ontos Verlag, 2005), 25-28.
161. “Response to Ian Markham” (to Markham’s review of The New Pearl Harbor), Conversations in Religion and Theology, 3/2 (November, 2005): 220-236.
162. "Theism and the Crisis in Moral Theory: Rethinking Modern Autonomy." Nature, Truth, and Value: Exploring the Thought of Frederick Ferré, ed. George Allan and Merle Allshouse (Lanham, Md: Lexington Books, 2005).
“Process Eschatology,” The Handbook of Eschatology, ed. Jerry Walls (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005).
“Religious Pluralism,” Chalice Handbook of Process Theology, ed. Donna Bowman and Jay McDaniel (St. Louis: Chalice Press, 2004).
“Theism and the Crisis in Moral Theory: Rethinking Modern Autonomy,” in a volume in honor of Frederick Ferré, ed. George Allan and Merle Allshouse.
“What Process Theology Is and Is Not,” Launching Conversation between Latter-Day Saints and Non-Restoration Christians, ed. David L. Paulsen and Donald W. Musser (Scholar’s Press, 2004).
“Consciousness as a Subjective Form: Whitehead’s Nonreductionistic Naturalism,” in Kluwer volume on Whitehead and Consciousness, ed. Michele Weber and Franz Riffert.
“Process Philosophy,” Eerdmans Encyclopedia of Theology.
“Process Theology,” Eerdmans Encyclopedia of Theology.
“Neo-Darwinism and Its Religious Implications” and “Whitehead’s Naturalism and a Non-Darwinian View of Evolution,” in a book on Darwinian and non-Darwinian views of evolution, ed. John B. Cobb, Jr. (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2006).
“Interpreting Science from the Standpoint of Whiteheadian Process Philosophy,” in Philip Clayton, ed., Oxford Handbook of Religion and Science.
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