Table of contents for A Christian natural theology : based on the thought of Alfred North Whitehead / John B. Cobb.

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Preface to 2006 edition
Original Preface
I. An Introduction to Whitehead's Philosophy
	1. Whitehead's Philosophy and the Problem of Dualism
	2. The Analysis of an Actual Occasion
	3. Societies and Actual Occasions
II. The Human Soul
1.	The Soul as Social
2.	The Distinctiveness of the Human Soul
3.	Life After Death
4.	Personal Identity
5.	The Unconscious
6. The Locus of the Soul
III. Human Beings as Responsible
1.	Freedom as Self-determination
2.	Intrinsic Value as Beauty
3.	Goodness as Moral Value
4.	An Ethical Theory
5.	Duty, Love, and the Initial Aim
6.	Peace
IV. Whitehead's Doctrine of God
	1. Science and the Modern World
	2. Religion in the Making
	3. Process and Reality: The Primordial Nature of God
	4. Process and Reality: The Consequent Nature of God
	5. The Later Writings
	6. The Character of the Argument
V. Further Reflections on Whitehead's Doctrine of God
	1. Changing Perspectives
	2. Creativity and God
	3. God and Time
	4. How God Saves
	5. A Particular Providence
	6. Three Technical Issues
VI. The Religious Availability of God
1.	Whitehead's Religious Sensibility
2.	Religious Belief and Religious Experience
3.	The Religious and the Ethical
VII. The Theological Task
1.	What is Theology?
2.	What is Natural Theology?
3.	Relativism
4.	Other Tasks of Theology

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Process theology.
Whitehead, Alfred North, 1861-1947.
Natural theology.