The Theologians Group is for members of the Unitarian Universalist Collegium who study of the nature of God and/or religious beliefs and theory when systematically developed.
The featured theologian in this group is currently Charles Hartshorne (1897 - 2000) was the 20th century's leading exponent of process theism. In his long career of more than 70 years, he vigorously defended the thesis that God presides over an everlasting universe as its eminent creative power and is supremely open to creaturely influence. Hartshorne navigated between what he considered the Scylla of traditional theisms and the Charybdis of atheistic humanisms. He maintained that his philosophy, which he called "neoclassical theism," is logically more coherent than these rivals, more sensitive to human and non-human values, and in better agreement with the sciences.
Download the biographies of contemporary theologians, compiled by Myriam Renaud, such as: John Buehrens, Forrest Church, Richard Grigg, Galen Guengerich, William R. Jones, Stephanie Mitchem, Karl Peters, Thandeka, and others.