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Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity: An Introduction to Worldview Issues, Philosophical Foundations, and Models of Integration

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Textbook utilized for the integrative part of Liberty University's comp exam in the professional counseling program.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by Wipf & Stock Publishers
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James Andersen
This book was written by a Protestant Psychologist, and I give him a tip of the hat for being slightly more objective toward the Church than I feel most Protestants give the Church. Nonetheless, each chapter was very informative and helpful. I replied to certain choice questions and felt that the questionnaire at the end of each chapter was a very good feature of the book not merely to reinforce what was learned but to reflect on it as well. The person who does not use the questionnaire is not u ...more
Kim Blackham
Oct 04, 2008 Kim Blackham rated it it was ok
This was a harder textbook for me to get through because of so many doctrinal differences. The one thing I walked away with was an even greater appreciation for the revealed truths of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Jul 11, 2007 Colyn rated it it was amazing
scholastic and detailed. it is not an easy read but if you want to personally define the integration of psychology and theology this is a must read.
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One of my textbooks for CO 631 - Integration of Counseling & Theology (Denver Seminary). Though provoking and clear.
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