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Christian Psychology 101 By Dr. Michael Jones
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In Christian Psychology 101: How Your Mind Affects Your Attitude & Emotions, Dr. Mike shares from the Philippians epistle that, "Each of you should look not only to your own interests but... More > also to the interests of others. Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ: Who, being in the very nature of God, did not consider equality with God, but made Himself of no reputation, taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human form." This book contributes to the study of the mind and behavior. Topics range from mind and emotions to the importance of R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. Each chapter provides detailed information of a given theme, issues, and biblical perspectives of the subject known as psychology.< Less
COMPASS THERAPY: Christian Psychology in Action By Dr. Dan Montgomery
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Compass Therapy not only bridges the gap between psychology and Christianity, but makes sense of personality disorders as never before, delivering the Human Nature Compass and the Self Compass growth... More > tools for immediate application by therapists, pastoral counselors, and clinical chaplains. Dr. Ray Anderson, Fuller Seminary’s Senior Professor of Theology and Ministry, writes: “I am not aware of any other book that succeeds as well as this one in providing both professional therapists as well as Christian counselors with a theoretical and practical model that combines psychology and theology in an integrated way. It has a profound simplicity that covers a wide range of personality disorders. Readers will say, ‘Now I see why typical patterns of dysfunctional and disruptive behavior have a common root but also a specific cause.’ Put it on top of your reading list!”< Less
COMPASS THERAPY: Christian Psychology in Action By Dr. Dan Montgomery
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Compass Therapy not only bridges the gap between psychology and Christianity, but makes sense of personality disorders as never before, delivering the Human Nature Compass and the Self Compass growth... More > tools for immediate application by therapists, pastoral counselors, and clinical chaplains. Dr. Ray Anderson, Fuller Seminary’s Senior Professor of Theology and Ministry, writes: “I am not aware of any other book that succeeds as well as this one in providing both professional therapists as well as Christian counselors with a theoretical and practical model that combines psychology and theology in an integrated way. It has a profound simplicity that covers a wide range of personality disorders. Readers will say, ‘Now I see why typical patterns of dysfunctional and disruptive behavior have a common root but also a specific cause.’ Put it on top of your reading list!”< Less
Illusions of Psychology By A. Lejune Davis
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A key Resource for deciding whether Psychology is a hurt or a help; to discover if it really is heresy, or not.
The Psychology of Jesus By James C. Taylor
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This booklet compares and contrasts the Psychology of the World with the Psychology of Jesus. It looks at the teaching of Freud, Rogers, Maslow, and others - and discusses what is called... More > "Christian Psychology." Issues such as Self Esteem, Guilt, Unconditional Love, and Anger are discussed in light of the Psychology of Jesus - and the way is pointed toward a truly Biblical approach to therapy.< Less
The Psychology of Jesus By James C. Taylor, James C. Taylor
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This booklet compares and contrasts the Psychology of the World with the Psychology of Jesus. It looks at the teaching of Freud, Rogers, Maslow, and others - and discusses what is called... More > "Christian Psychology." Issues such as Self Esteem, Guilt, Unconditional Love, and Anger are discussed in light of the Psychology of Jesus - and the way is pointed toward a truly Biblical approach to therapy.< Less
Biblical Psychology By Thomas Edgington, Ph.D., Linda Edgington
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Biblical Psychology is intended as a college textbook for Christian college students. Loaded with hundreds of Scripture references, it is an in-depth look at what the Bible says about thinking and... More > behavior and how that relates to everyday lives. Written by a Christian psychologist and psychology professor who holds an M.Div. from Grace Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University along with 30 years in the classroom and nearly 3 decades of counseling experience, the book weighs in on secular psychologists and secular psychological teachings and runs those teachings through a “biblical grid.” It is also filled with life examples that help the student relate to the specific areas being taught. Because it is Scripture-based, it can be a helpful tool for anyone who wants to explore what God intended for man to be and how the proper belief system is a key to godly behavior and healthy emotions. A teacher’s supplement with sample discussion and quiz questions is available.< Less
Biblical Psychology By Thomas Edgington, Ph.D., Linda Edgington
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Biblical Psychology is intended as a college textbook for Christian college students. Loaded with hundreds of Scripture references, it is an in-depth look at what the Bible says about thinking and... More > behavior and how that relates to everyday lives. Written by a Christian psychologist and psychology professor who holds an M.Div. from Grace Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University along with 30 years in the classroom and nearly 3 decades of counseling experience, the book weighs in on secular psychologists and secular psychological teachings and runs those teachings through a “biblical grid.” It is also filled with life examples that help the student relate to the specific areas being taught. Because it is Scripture-based, it can be a helpful tool for anyone who wants to explore what God intended for man to be and how the proper belief system is a key to godly behavior and healthy emotions. A teacher’s supplement with sample discussion and quiz questions is available.< Less
Biblical Psychology By Thomas Edgington, Ph.D., Linda Edgington
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Biblical Psychology is intended as a college textbook for Christian college students. Loaded with hundreds of Scripture references, it is an in-depth look at what the Bible says about thinking and... More > behavior and how that relates to everyday lives. Written by a Christian psychologist and psychology professor who holds an M.Div. from Grace Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Ball State University along with 30 years in the classroom and nearly 3 decades of counseling experience, the book weighs in on secular psychologists and secular psychological teachings and runs those teachings through a “biblical grid.” It is also filled with life examples that help the student relate to the specific areas being taught. Because it is Scripture-based, it can be a helpful tool for anyone who wants to explore what God intended for man to be and how the proper belief system is a key to godly behavior and healthy emotions. A teacher’s supplement with sample discussion and quiz questions is available.< Less
A Biblical Hebrew/Christian Psychology By Harold Jenkerson, Ph.D.
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This work is meant to be an introductory Christian textbook on a biblical psychology of the individual.