I am a Ph.D. Candidate in Religion: Process Studies at Claremont School of Theology. I am interested in the interstices of Process Philosophy, Postmodern and Post-Structural Thought, and Religion. My work deals with the subject of Truth and Imagination. Instead of truth as the ground for imaginative thinking, I follow along the lines of Alfred North Whitehead, who prioritizes Adventure over certainty, and therefore Imagination over truth. Thus I follow in the lines of Alfred North Whitehead, Roland Faber, Catherine Keller, Gaston Bachelard, Mark Johnson and others, who call for a Heraclitian flux, a turn to process.