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*NB: this is the first episode fully produced by the host, who is new at mixing, so be nice! :)*

Monica A. Coleman is Professor of Africana Studies at the University of Delaware.  Coleman is an ordained minister in the AME Church and initiate in traditional Yoruba religion who spent over 12 years teaching in graduate theological education. She is the author or editor of six books including Making a Way Out of No Way: a Womanist Theology and Bipolar Faith: a Black Woman’s Journey with Depression and Faith.

In this episode, I got to ask Dr. Monica some questions about Process Theology, and she does a wonderful job explaining it and bringing it down to earth, with examples from her own journey. If you don’t know what Process is, start here, and then continue with these resources:

Read: Making a Way Out of No Way: a Womanist Theology 

Go to to find online courses on Process Theology: Process Theology 101,102, 103, and free webinars, as well as sign up for her newsletter to find out what she’s up to, and maybe get some delicious vegan recipes.

Follow Dr. Monica on social media:

Twitter: @revdrmonica

Instagram: @revdrmonica


Seminary for the Rest of Us, a tiny seminary where everyone is welcome to God-talk, is hosted/produced by Sabrina Reyes-Peters, occasionally sound engineered by Mason Mennenga, web engineered by Charles Peters, and the theme music is by Matthew Scott. Find us on Twitter: @seminaryshow Contact:

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