Barbour, Religion in an age of science, 238-42. Following David
Griffin and other process thinkers, Barbour sees the finitude of Gods power
over sin, suffering and evil not in terms of voluntary self-limitation (as do
most non-process theologians) but in terms of metaphysical, necessary
limitation. Still, in Gods consequent
nature, God experiences the world and suffers with us.
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