See Pailin, 1989, Ch.4.
Keith Ward wants to propose a different type of theism [see God, Humanity and the Cosmos, ed. C
Southgate (Edinburgh: T&T Clark, 1999) pp224-25], but sees clearly the
helpfulness of dipolarity: The basic idea of divine dipolarity, with its
associated place for temporality and passibility in God, may survive
dissociation from general process metaphysics [Ward, K, Religion and Creation (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996)
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