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  • By Gabriel Fackre, Ph.D.
    Jan 14, 2011
    What happens when classical understandings of the Trinity and the Person of Christ meet the best insights of contemporary psychology? Fresh meanings of Scripture and deep explorations of the compass nature and healing of human personality pour from these pages. Read this book and rejoice. -- Gabriel Fackre, Abbot Professor of Christian Theology, Andover Newton Theological School
  • By EDITORIAL REVIEWS
    Jan 10, 2011
    WESTMONT COLLEGE: “Dan and Kate Montgomery integrate their counseling method with a thoroughly biblical Trinitarian theology and the result is insight that can transform our life and relationships.” Tremper Longman III, Ph.D. DUBUQUE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY: “A bridge-building effort to bring together the concerns of modern psychotherapy and the historic Trinitarian faith: deserves critical examination.” Donald G. Bloesch, Ph.D. ANDOVER NEWTON THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL: “What happens when classical understandings of the Trinity and the Person of Christ meet the best insights of contemporary psychology? Read this book and rejoice.” Gabriel Fackre, Ph.D. DALLAS THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY: “Dan and Kate Montgomery's interpersonal approach to the Trinity helps eliminate the gap between conservatives and liberals, evangelicals and Pentecostals.” Linda Marten, Ph.D. FULLER SEMINARY: “Pastors, churches, and Christian counselors will discover, perhaps for the first time, the therapeutic relevance of the... More > divine Trinity, as well as its criterion of an orthodox theology.” Ray S. Anderson, Ph.D. GORDON-CONWELL THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY: “Pastors and churches will find this book by Dan and Kate Montgomery a helpful and refreshing guide for helping people wholeness.” Raymond Pendleton, Ph.D.< Less
  • By Dr. Joseph VanDenHeuvel
    Jan 10, 2011
    Modern psychology has left too many people feeling alone in the universe, unable to find a life rich in identity and community, let alone intimacy with God. Dan and Kate Montgomery make a course correction by grounding human life in the Christian Trinity: the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. They believe that individuals derive their cognitive capability, emotional dynamics, and interpersonal orientation from their creation in the image of God. Further, the Montgomerys suggest that trusting in the Trinity brings out the best in a person's human nature, personality, and relationships. This is a psychologically sophisticated message that is both inspiring and readable.
  • By David MacKay
    Jan 8, 2010
    The Trinity is one of the hottest topics in Christianity today, as though freshly discovered after centuries of neglect. And while I've read several books on the Trinity, this is the first one to stir me emotionally as well as intellectually. Maybe it's because Dan and Kate Montgomery break down the traditional walls separating theology from psychology and philosophy, or because their approach is both personal and biblical. Whatever the reason, the perspective they offer helps me feel close to God - the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • By Radactrice Review
    Jan 8, 2010
    An excellent resource for anyone who wants to integrate Christian belief with cutting edge psychological/counseling concepts. The Montgomerys know how to balance theory with application in a way that can create real, lasting change in your life. This is one book that can really change the way you live your life.
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Product Details

ISBN
9780557055791
Publisher
Dan & Kate Montgomery
Published
January 7, 2012
Language
English
Pages
220
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.85 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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