Truth Therapy

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Xulon Press, 2009 - Religion - 156 pages
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2013 Revised Edition-War, poverty, economic crises, unemployment, addictions, violence, divorce, abortion, immorality, fatherlessness, teen pregnancy, increasing depression, information overload... we surely live in a world of overwhelming stress and atmospheric anxiety. Our world is in desperate need of relief and healing. Where can people find help? How about in the ancient words of Holy Scripture? Scripture shares God's desire to liberate and restore all of creation through the healing power of his Word. It is the truth of God's Word that exposes and expels darkness and reveals God's healing love and infinite potential for new life, and it all begins in our thought-life. Truth Therapy is a devotional method for processing Scripture that can help anyone to renew their mind and their life with the truth. Truth Therapy also makes the connection between personal renewal and social transformation as we carry out God's Word in every area of our lives. Scripture promises nothing less than a new creation in Christ to all who believe. Peter Bellini is a mission theologian and serves as Senior Pastor of Westville United Methodist Church and Adjunct Professor of Urban Studies at United Theological Seminary in Ohio. He is an ordained Elder in the United Methodist Church and has served in urban ministry for 21 years. Dr. Bellini has been a leader in every facet of ministry, including new church starts, church turnarounds, mergers, local church renewal, discipleship and leadership training, inner city and global missions and several marketplace ministries. He received his B.A. in English from the Ohio State University, the M.Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies from Asbury Theological Seminary with a specialization in Urban North America. Peter is married to his wife of 17 years, Mariuccia, and has two children Pietro Aaronne and Paola Arianna.
  

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Contents

INTRODUCTION The Theology and Mission
23
STINKING THINKING
31
MORE NAMES OF GOD
109
MORE AFFIRMATIONS
131
TRUTH AND HEALING
147
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