A brilliant book. I came across Mesle on ‘homebrewed Christianity’ podcast and he seemed sincere and clear in his description of Process Thought. The book did not disappoint. I am not a student in Philosophy and a slow learner and this book was very understandable to me. North-Whitehead is very complex and his usage of words is quite different to normal. I started reading Sherburne’s ‘Key to Process and Reality’ and was still out of my depth – this has bridged that gap. The other book I would recommend is Bruce Epperley’s ‘Process Theology – a guide for the perplexed’ which does not quote or try to explain P&R but goes straight into Theological Interpretation. I would also recommend any of John Cobb’s books as well as his questions and answers here.