The Depleted Self: Sin in a Narcissistic Age
Fortress Press, 1. jan. 1993 - 176 sider
Although narcissism may appear dormant in the 1990s, clinical research on narcissism shows that behind a grandiose, exhibitionistic side lies a shame-ridden half of self-loathing, unworthiness, and depression. Capps says that traditional theologies of guilt are unable to address those gripped by shame and makes a case for a different pastoral approach in counseling and ministry.
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In writing this book, Dr. Capps hoped to enlighten the "theological community" about narcissism (4). He starts out by discussing sin and suggests a "reformulation" of the theology of sin because the ... Læs hele anmeldelsen
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