>From: george murphy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Process theology in itself certainly isn't "easy" in that sense:
> Reading Whitehead will quickly convince anyone of that! What I meant is that
> it solves the theodicy problem by taking an easy way out. In response to the
> classic conundrum, "If God is all-good and all-powerful, why is there evil in
> the world?" the process theologian can reply that God _isn't_ all-powerful.
> This is helpful in calling our attention to the need to define God's power
> more carefully than has sometimes been done in traditional theology, but it
> isn't the whole story.
George, are you suggesting that traditional Lutheran theology does have "the
whole story" re theodicy? :)
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