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Biblical Psychology -- 3rd Edition By Thomas Edgington, Ph.D.
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Biblical Psychology is a textbook designed to look at what the Bible says about psychological topics such as: personality, the mind/brain connection, states of consciousness, self-esteem, etc. ... More > Because psychology deals with the psychological/spiritual part of man, the Bible has much to say about it. Given that God created the mind and behavior (which is the basis of psychology) it only behooves us to study this realm of man that reflects God. Loaded with hundreds of Scripture references, the in-depth look at what the Bible says about thinking and behavior helps build a basis for studying psychology. The book begins with presuppositions, moves to a definition of what “integration” means to the author, and then provides insight for a Christian perspective of the psychological makeup of man. All of this is intended to set the foundation for Christian psychological study. The book then weighs in on certain psychological topics and runs those teachings through a "biblical grid.”< Less
Biblical Psychology -- 3rd Edition By Thomas Edgington, Ph.D.
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Biblical Psychology is a textbook designed to look at what the Bible says about psychological topics such as: personality, the mind/brain connection, states of consciousness, self-esteem, etc. ... More > Because psychology deals with the psychological/spiritual part of man, the Bible has much to say about it. Given that God created the mind and behavior (which is the basis of psychology) it only behooves us to study this realm of man that reflects God. Loaded with hundreds of Scripture references, the in-depth look at what the Bible says about thinking and behavior helps build a basis for studying psychology. The book begins with presuppositions, moves to a definition of what “integration” means to the author, and then provides insight for a Christian perspective of the psychological makeup of man. All of this is intended to set the foundation for Christian psychological study. The book then weighs in on certain psychological topics and runs those teachings through a "biblical grid.”< Less
Biblical Psychology -- 2nd Edition By Thomas Edgington, Ph.D.
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Biblical Psychology is a textbook designed to look at what the Bible says about psychological topics such as: personality, the mind/brain connection, dreams, self-esteem, etc. Because psychology... More > deals with the psychological/spiritual part of man, the Bible has much to say about it. Given that God created the mind and behavior (which is the basis of psychology) it only behooves us to study this realm of man that reflects God. Loaded with hundreds of Scripture references, the in-depth look at what the Bible says about thinking and behavior helps build a basis for living one's everyday life. The book weighs in on certain secular psychological teachings and runs those teachings through a "biblical grid," It also weighs in on the discussion of "integration" and proposes a more suitable definition.< Less
Biblical Psychology -- 2nd Edition By Thomas Edgington, Ph.D.
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Biblical Psychology is a textbook designed to look at what the Bible says about psychological topics such as: personality, the mind/brain connection, dreams, self-esteem, etc. Because psychology... More > deals with the psychological/spiritual part of man, the Bible has much to say about it. Given that God created the mind and behavior (which is the basis of psychology) it only behooves us to study this realm of man that reflects God. Loaded with hundreds of Scripture references, the in-depth look at what the Bible says about thinking and behavior helps build a basis for living one's everyday life. The book weighs in on certain secular psychological teachings and runs those teachings through a "biblical grid," It also weighs in on the discussion of "integration" and proposes a more suitable designation.< Less