The Integration of Psychology and Theology: An Introduction

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Zondervan, 1979 - Religion - 139 pages
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The Rosemead Psychology Series is a continuing series of studies written for professionals and students in the fields of psychology and theology and in related areas such as pastoral counseling. It seeks to present current thinking on the subject of the integration of psychology that grow out of the interface of psychology and theology. The data and theories of both theoretical and applied psychology are treated in this series, as well as fundamental theological concepts and issues that bear on psychological research, theory, and practice. These volumes are offered with the hope that they will stimulate further thinking and publication on the integration of psychology and the Christian faith.

 

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Contents

THE ENCOUNTER
9
BARRIERS TO INTEGRATION
29
THE SCOPE OF INTEGRATION
49
THE AGAINST MODEL
71
THE OF MODEL
81
THE PARALLELS MODEL
91
THE INTEGRATES MODEL
103
THE PROCESS OF INTEGRATION
117
REFERENCE LIST
123
REFERENCE NOTES
127
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
129
INDEX
137
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Dr. John D. Carter has published a variety of articles on the integration of psychology and theology, and serves as a contributing editor to the Journal of Psychology and Theology.

S. Bruce Narramore holds an M.A. from Pepperdine University and a Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky. He has also taken theological study at Fuller Theological Seminary and Talbot Theological Seminary. He was the founding Dean of the Rosemead Graduate School for Professional Psychology and Theology. He has lectured extensively on the relationship of psychology and theology, including giving the Staley Distinguished Christian Scholar Lecture Series at Covenant Theological Seminary in 1978. He is a member of the American Psychological Society.

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