9090 Skillman, Dallas, TX
Religion in the Process
Beth Dana, M.Div.
Process thought emerged in the 20th century at the intersection of mathematical physics (the physics of becoming), philosophy, and religion. It views everything, all material, even God as " process". This lecture will explore strands of process thought in many of the world's religious traditions.
The Dallas Philosophers Forum's Fall 2016 philosophy lecture series will take place in the meeting room of the El Fenix Restaurant, located at 9090 Skillman Street, Dallas, TX 75243 near Skillman, Audelia, and 635. Phone: (214) 349-3815. Lecture cost is $5.00 ($2.00 for students with ID) and does not include food and drinks. A six-month subscription is available for $35.00 which covers attendance for twelve meetings. Dinner orders will be taken no later than 7:15 PM, so if you wish to dine and converse before the lecture, please arrive early. The venue for DPF lectures may vary from season to season and can change during the season due to unforeseen circumstances. Please check the website periodically and subscribe to the email list to receive updates about the specific location of each philosophy talk. Lectures start promptly at 7:30 PM. After the lecture, everyone is encouraged to mingle for extended discussions of the philosophical topics of the evening. The restaurant closes at 9:00 pm. Please see our FAQ page for more information.