The Angry Christian: A Theology for Care and Counseling
In this work, respected scholar Andrew Lester discusses and incorporates the newest behavioral research models, contemporary biblical and theological scholarship, constructivist philosophy, and narrative theory into a comprehensive pastoral theology of anger. In revisiting through the lens of theological anthropology the very subject that brought him to the forefront of scholarship in pastoral care, Lester presents engaging new material and innovative new methods of interventions for dealing with this often-confusing human emotion.
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This book is the answer to all the confusion the emotion of anger has caused in people's lives. Everyone intelligent enough to read it would highly benefit and save themselves much emotional turmoil ... Read full review
One must know beforehand that this book is written by one who does not believe in the literal interpretation of Scripture. This work is dedicated to validating man's anger as a legitimate, divine ... Read full review
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