Critical Psychological Issues: Judaic Perspectives
This book examines major psychological issues from a Judaic perspective. It concentrates on major Judaic themes that are essential to Jewish life, and how these themes relate to mental health, guilt, the self, the nature of the person, marriage, and the pain and suffering prior to death. Common threads weave their way through the different subject areas, which cover the wide gamut of life. Contents: Mental Health: Biblical and Talmudic Directives; Guilt From, Guilt Towards; Fulfilling the Self-Judaic Parameters; The Dynamics of Jewish Marriage; To be Good or Evil-Which is More Natural?; Illness, God and Us.
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