Theology and Theologians: Differences and Similarities

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This can be a divine mystery and an endeavor which requires much courage as there's an inherent bond between the question and answer. Tillich is a thinker who depends on the connections between ontology and these existential questions of human existence. Examining the relationship between Tillich and process theology is a fascinating endeavor. "Process Theology departs from traditional Christian beliefs mainly because of its view of the HYPERLINK "http://www.theopedia.com/Nature" o "Nature" nature of HYPERLINK "http://www.theopedia.com/God" o "God" God and His relationship to the universe. Many critics relate this deviance to the low view of Scripture held by Process Theologians who by and large deny the HYPERLINK "http://www.theopedia.com/Inspiration" o "Inspiration" divine inspiration of the HYPERLINK "http://www.theopedia.com/Bible" o "Bible" Bible" (Theopedia.com). Others still see process theology as a form of panentheism which dictates that view God's relationship to the world, as akin to the soul's relationship to the body (theopedia.com).
When it comes to Tillich's amount of overlaps with the process theologians, there are many areas of overlap. "First, both criticize their…