Care for the Soul : Exploring the Intersection of Psychology & Theology

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Care for the Soul : Exploring the Intersection of Psychology & Theology

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 364 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780830815531
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"This volume explores the intersection of psychology and theology, but it is not a simple intersection. It is an intersection affected by rich theological and ecclesiological traditions, by the ravages and wonders of modern psychology, and by the character and qualities of today's ministers and communities of faith." (from the introduction)For two millennia Christians have been caring for souls. Since the Enlightenment, though, the Christian concept of the soul has been usurped by modern and postmodern notions of the self. "Somehow we misplaced the soul even as we developed a thriving science of the psyche," lament the editors of this volume. Thus there is a clash between Western therapeutic culture and the church's understanding of the soul's nature and its care.As a result, some Christians deride psychology as dangerous. Others believe that it has much to offer Christians interested in caring for the soul. What is the proper relationship between psychology and theology? Is soul care the shared task of these two fields? This collection of essays is a multidisciplinary dialogue on the interface between psychology and theology that takes seriously the long, rich tradition of soul care in the church. In this volume you'll find incisive discussions ofthe current state of theology and psychologyovercoming the acquiescence to secularismtheological resources for developing Christian psychologytaking theology to heart in psychologytaking psychology to heart in theology and Christian lifeContributors include Jeffry H. Boyd, Ellen T. Charry, Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger, L. Gregory Jones, Stanton L. Jones, Cynthia Neal Kimball, Bryan N. Maier, Michael Mangis, Philip G. Monroe, Stephen K. Moroney, Dennis L. Okholm, David Powlison, Robert C. Roberts, Richard L. Schultz, Myrla Seibold, Brett Webb-Mitchell and David Alan Williams.Providing insight and analysis from nineteen psychologists and theologians, Care for the Soul is essential reading for psychologists and counselors, pastors and theologians, and students or professors of psychology and theology.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Psychology, Theology & Care for      9  (14)
the Soul
Mark R. McMinn
The Current State of Theology & Psychology
Questions at the Crossroads: The Care of 23 (39)
Souls & Modern Psychotherapies
David Powlison
An Apologetic Apologia for the Integration of 62 (16)
Psychology & Theology
Stanton L. Jones
Overcoming Our Acquiescence to Secularism
Leaving Development Behind & Beginning Our 78 (24)
Pilgrimage
Brett Webb-Mitchell
Self-Concept: In Defense of the Word Soul 102(16)
Jeffrey H. Boyd
Theology After Psychology 118(16)
Ellen T. Charry
Theological Resources For Developing Christian
Psychology
Outline of Pauline Psychotherapy 134(30)
Robert C. Roberts
To Vent or Not to Vent? What Contemporary 164(23)
Psychology can Learn from Ascetic Theology
About Anger
Dennis L. Okholm
The Integration of Psychoanalytic Psychology 187(15)
& Contemplative Theology: Lessons from the
History of Spiritual Direction
Michael W. Mangis
Exploring Clients' Personal Sin in the 202(16)
Therapeutic Context: Theological Perspectives
on a Case Study of Self-Deceit
Philip G. Monroe
An Interdisciplinary Map for Christian 218(23)
Counselors: Theology & Psychology in Pastoral
Counseling
Deborah van Deusen Hunsinger
Taking Theology to Heart in Psychology
Healing the Wounds of Memory: Theology & 241(13)
Psychology on Salvation & Sin
L. Gregory Jones
Responsible Hermeneutics for Wisdom Literature 254(22)
Richard Schultz
Biblical Hermeneutics & Christian Psychology 276(18)
Bryan N. Maier
Philip G. Monroe
Taking Psychology to Heart in Theology &
Christian Life
When the Wounding Runs Deep: Encouragement 294(15)
for Those on the Road to Forgiveness
Myrla Seibold
Thinking of Ourselves More Highly Than We 309(23)
Ought: A Psychological & Theological Analysis
Stephen K. Moroney
Knowing as Participation: Toward an 332(14)
Intersection Between Psychology & Postritical
Epistemology
David Alan Williams
Family Brokeness: A Developmental Approach 346(17)
Cynthia Neal Kimball
Editors & Contributors 363