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Making Judgments Without Being Judgmental: Nurturing a Clear Mind and a Generous Heart
     

Making Judgments Without Being Judgmental: Nurturing a Clear Mind and a Generous Heart

by Terry D. Cooper
 
How do we tell the difference between discerning right from wrong and being judgmental? Terry Cooper helps us know how. Also in this self-help book, he helps us better deal with others who are judgmental towards us, and with our own self-condemnation.

Overview

How do we tell the difference between discerning right from wrong and being judgmental? Terry Cooper helps us know how. Also in this self-help book, he helps us better deal with others who are judgmental towards us, and with our own self-condemnation.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780830833238
Publisher:
InterVarsity Press
Publication date:
09/30/2006
Pages:
139
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)

What People are Saying About This

James A. Herrick
"This book is brimming with practical wisdom on a topic relevant to everyone--making judgments about others. With precision and clarity Terry Cooper guides readers through a range of crucial issues that affect all of our relationships. Cooper blends extensive research with Christian principles in a remarkably helpful fashion."
James A. Herrick, Guy Vander Jagt Professor of Communication, Hope College
Mark A. Yarhouse
"In this day and age we need a map to navigate the rocky terrain that separates sound judgment from judgmentalism. Terry Cooper is a resourceful and experienced guide, offering us the tools we need by exploring themes of self-confidence, humility, assertiveness and conviction."
Mark A. Yarhouse, Psy.D., licensed clinical psychologist, professor of psychology and director of the Institute for the Study of Sexual Identity, Regent University, and coauthor of Modern Psychopathologies: A Comprehensive Christian Appraisal
Denis D. Haack
"Listen for a moment: our increasingly pluralistic world is increasingly nasty. Public discourse is contentious, and people of conviction imagine only belligerence will keep their viewpoint from being missed. Sadly, Christians are not exempt. In fact, many non-Christians assume Christianity's irrelevance because no religion worth serious consideration would produce such reactionary, judgmental people. Terry Cooper has it exactly right in Making Judgments Without Being Judgmental: it is possible to disagree without being disagreeable. His thoughtful, clear analysis is bracing and helpful for anyone wanting to respond winsomely instead of merely reacting."
Denis D. Haack, Director, Ransom Fellowship (www.ransomfellowship.org), and visiting instructor in practical theology, Covenant Theological Seminary

Meet the Author

Terry D. Cooper (Ed.D., human development counseling, Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., theology and psychotherapy, St. Louis University) is professor of psychology at St. Louis Community College--Meramec and adjunct professor of religious studies at Webster University. He is the author of Sin, Pride & Self-Acceptance.

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