Mormonism and the Challenge of an Adequate Theodicy : A Response to David Paulsen, et al.
The Society for Mormon Philosophy and Theology
"In comparing the literature of process theology with that of Latter-day Saints, one finds other substantial points of agreement in their criticisms of the classical theological picture. Notable among these is their shared rejection of creation ex nihilo, divine impassibility, immutability, and the traditional understanding of divine omnipotence. Both reject the idea that human beings are ontologically distinct from God, and thus offer the theological world alternative understandings of divine transcendence, human creatureliness, and free will that challenges the classical understanding of God."