God of Becoming and Relationship: The Dynamic Nature of Process Theology by Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, applies ideas of process theology and thought toward Judaism, in an attempt to reformulate some time honored Jewish practices and ideas.
Process theology is taken from various streams of pragmatic thought, involves the interconnectedness of all things, and how nothing exists in isolation of other things. In process theology, this includes God.
Rabbi Shavit Artson presents some fineideas here, and no doubt there is a great deal to take away from process theology. I tend to be more eclectic in my Judaism, prefering to think or imagine God as process, as thought, as Love, as Father or Mother or energy, when and how I need it. This book tends to be a bit more ridged in its approach.
But for someone wanting to expand their notions of what God and Israel mean, this is a fine book to broaden one’s understanding.