Item description for The Integration of Psychology and Theology: An Introduction by John D. Carter & S. Bruce Narramore...
Overview This volume of the Rosemead Psychology Series examines the relationship of psychology to theology and discusses whether they contradict each other or can be integrated with one another. It includes a reference listing, annotated bibliography, and index.
Publishers Description 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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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.08" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Nov 1, 1979
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0310303419 ISBN13 9780310303411 UPC 025986303419
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Integration, a not so new concept! Nov 14, 2000
This book is wonderfully written, and helped me to be able to understand an integration process for the scientific study of Psychology, while continuing to use the truth of God's Word. Before I read this, I was reluctant to even discuss many of the prinicples of Psychology--discounting them because I assumed that it was completely unrelated to the Bible. Carter and Narramore present the point that "All truth is God's truth". Since many of the psychological theories have been proven true about the ways in which the mind works, they can be taken into consideration like any other scientific principle. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is seeking to understand more about the ways in which these two areas of study do not need to be separated anymore.