Stimulating discussions about important topics and challenging questions.

Introducing “Critical Conversations,” by John Cobb

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Can There Be a Civil Discussion about Vaccination?,” by Cliff Cobb

Safe and Highly Effective,” by Ignacio Castuera


Cobb Institute

Whitehead & Jung Course

In this six-session course, Dr. Sheri D. Kling will guide students through the deep resonances between the philosophy of organism of Alfred North Whitehead and analytical psychology of Carl Gustav Jung to show what these two great thinkers have in common and why we need them now more than ever.

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Northwind Theological Seminary - Doctoral Program in Open and Relational Theology

New Podcast: ORT Shorts by Thomas Jay Oord

This podcast offers 3-minute short episodes — “shorts” — on this perspective on God. Episodes offer insights, inspiration, and information, and a few are posted each week. Dr. Thomas Jay Oord hosts this podcast.

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Open Horizons

Interfaith Explorations

Co-sponsored by the Cobb Institute and the Interfaith Center of Arkansas, “My Neighbor’s Text” is an interfaith exploration of texts from Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Daoism and Hinduism.

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Introducing “Critical Conversations”

Dear Nexus Members, In February this year I began sending periodic letters to the representatives of our member organizations to keep them apprised of the latest developments and activities. Now that our members include both organizations and individuals, these letters

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Thinking More Ambitiously

Dear CPN Friends, I have held up on writing you recently because I don’t want to distract from specific planning for the meeting on October 2 at 10 PST. However, I am excited about overall developments and want to share

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Why the Center for Process Studies Supports the Nexus

For roughly 50 years Claremont, California has been home to a family of process people. For half a century, students, scholars, ministers, and more have been drawn together by a process-relational worldview for the common good and Claremont had served as a nexus for this community.

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