The Integration of Psychology and Theology

The Integration of Psychology and Theology

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by John D. Carter, S. Bruce Narramore, Bruce S. Narramore
     
 

ISBN-10: 0310303419

ISBN-13: 9780310303411

Pub. Date: 11/01/1979

Publisher: Zondervan

The Rosemead Psychology Series is a continuing series of studies written for professionals and students in the fields of psychology and theology and in related areas such as pastoral counseling. It seeks to present current thinking on the subject of the integration of psychology that grow out of the interface of psychology and theology. The data and theories of

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The Rosemead Psychology Series is a continuing series of studies written for professionals and students in the fields of psychology and theology and in related areas such as pastoral counseling. It seeks to present current thinking on the subject of the integration of psychology that grow out of the interface of psychology and theology. The data and theories of both theoretical and applied psychology are treated in this series, as well as fundamental theological concepts and issues that bear on psychological research, theory, and practice. These volumes are offered with the hope that they will stimulate further thinking and publication on the integration of psychology and the Christian faith.

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ISBN-13:
9780310303411
Publisher:
Zondervan
Publication date:
11/01/1979
Series:
Rosemead Series
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
265,685
Product dimensions:
5.38(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

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The Integration of Psychology and Theology 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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From a Christian therapists perspective, this is one of the best books I have read that shows the necessity of integrating correctly Christianity and Psychology. It clearly pinpoints various reasons the Church rejects behavioral science, and the psychologists reject religion. Both sides of the spectrum are desperately needed, but within a balanced doctrine.