Augustine to Freud

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B&H Publishing Group, 2004 - Religion - 282 pages
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Six theologians and eight psychologists from history square off, finding both differences and common ground in their thinking on the most basic human needs.
 

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Contents

THEOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS OF HUMAN NEEDS
5
CHAPTER 1 THEOLOGICAL MODELS OF HUMAN NEEDS
7
Thomas Aquinas
15
Jonathan Edwards
25
Søren Kierkegaard
32
Paul Tillich
41
Karl Rahner
50
CHAPTER 2 A CRITIQUE OF THE SIX THEOLOGIANS
59
Erik H Erikson
142
C G Jung
144
Otto Rank
146
Abraham H Maslow
148
Carl R Rogers
150
Alfred Adler
152
Erich Fromm
154
A COMPARISON AND CONTRAST OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELS
157

Thomas Aquinas
61
Jonathan Edwards
63
Søren Kierkegaard
65
Paul Tillich
67
Karl Rahner
70
A COMPARISON AND CONTRAST OF THE THEOLOGICAL MODELS
73
Thomas Aquinas
74
Jonathan Edwards
75
Paul Tillich
76
Karl Rahner
77
DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE IN THE THEOLOGICAL MODELS
78
PSYCHOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS OF HUMAN NEEDS
81
CHAPTER 4 THE CONFLICT MODEL OF HUMAN NEEDS
83
Erik H Erikson
89
THE INTRAPSYCHIC VERSION
96
Otto Rank
103
CHAPTER 5 THE FULFILLMENT MODEL OF HUMAN NEEDS
113
Carl R Rogers
118
THE PERFECTION VERSION Alfred Adler
126
Erich Fromm
132
CHAPTER 6 A CRITIQUE OF THE EIGHT PSYCHOLOGISTS
141
Erik H Erikson
158
C G Jung
159
Abraham H Maslow
160
Carl R Rogers
161
Alfred Adler
162
DIVERGENCE AND CONVERGENCE IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELS
163
THE THEOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS
169
A COMPARISON AND CONTRAST OF THE THEOLOGICAL MODELS AND THE PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELS
171
METAPHYSICAL AND MORAL ASSUMPTIONS IN THE PSYCHOLOGICAL MODELS
175
PSYCHOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS OF THEISM AND THEOLOGICAL ACCOUNTS OF NONTHEISM
178
THE ROLE OF HUMAN NEEDS IN THE JUSTIFICATION OF RELIGIOUS BELIEF
181
THE PROBLEM OF SELFINTEREST AND SELFLOVE
186
IMMANENT VERSUS TRANSCENDENT SOLUTIONS TO HUMAN NEEDS
188
APPENDIX
195
THE GOSPELS AND ACTS Preliminary Concerns
198
THE PAULINE CORPUS Preliminary Concerns
206
THE GENERAL EPISTLES HEBREWS AND REVELATION
212
CONCLUSIONS The Need for Forgiveness and Grace
213
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
217
ENDNOTES
229
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Boa earned a BS from Case Institute of Technology, a ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, a PhD from New York University and a DPhil from the University of Oxford. Boa teaches a weekly Bible and Faith study at Peachtree Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia, where he resides with his wife.

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