Psychology & Christianity Integration: Seminal Works that Shaped the Movement

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Daryl H. Stevenson, Brian E. Eck, Peter C. Hill
Psychology and Christianity, 2007 - Christianity - 386 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Historical and Theoretical Integration
17
Moving Through the Jungle A Decade of Integration
33
Christ the Lord of Psychology
42
The Interface of Theology and Psychology
58
The Tension Between Psychology and Theology
68
Sola scriptura Then and now
75
John Wesley and Psychology
82
Integration and Beyond Principled Professional Personal
199
Models of Integration
208
On Living in Athens Models of Rrelating Psychology Church and Culture
220
Integrating the Integrators An Organizing Framework for a Multifaceted
230
Applied Integration
242
23Consecrated Counseling Reflections on the Distinctives of Christian
253
24A Blueprint for Intradisciplinary Integration
264
26 Integration in the Therapy Room An Overview of the Literature
280

Science and Faith Reconciliation
93
Christian Perspectives on the Sciences of Man
103
Psychologys Two Cultures A Christian Analysis
114
A Constructive Relationship for Religion with the Science and Profession of Psychology
137
Perspectives on Personhood
157
The Concept of the Self as the Key to Integration
172
Levels and Types of Integration
179
The Task of integration A Modest Proposal
190
27Psychotherapeutic Virtues and the Grammar of Faith
295
28Dealing with Religious Resistance in Psychotherapy
306
29An Exploration of the Therapeutic Use of Spiritual Disciplines
315
Integrative Research
330
31National Collaborative Research on How Students Learn Integration
345
Please Forgive Me Transgressors Emotions and Physiology During
355
Whats Next?
379
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