John M. Sweeney
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John is the managing director of the Center for Process Studies, having worked at the Center since January 2000. He has been an Adjunct Professor of Process Theology at the Claremont School of Theology since 2002. Prior to joining the staff at the Center, John taught a variety of introductory philosophy courses at several community colleges, including ten years at San Diego City College. Academic interests focus on process thought, especially as it pertains to theology, the problem of evil, religious education, feminist thought, ethics, philosophy of science, and the (mis)use of language.
Ph.D. - Claremont School of Theology M.A. - University of Nebraska-Lincoln M.Div. - Union Theological Seminary B.A. - Illinois College
Recent Publications / Achievements
"I’d Rather Be Dead Than Be a Girl": The Important of Inclusive Language for Religious Education. Boulder, CO: University Press of America, 2009.