Item description for Psychology in Christian Perspective: An Analysis of Key Issues by Harold Faw & Ronald Philipchalk...
Overview Following the standard progression of introductory study, the chapters of this book identify and discuss issues in tension between faith and psychology. Faw suggests that Christian perspectives bring needed diversity to the study of mind and behavior.
Publishers Description This book follows the standard progression of introductory psychology texts and adds a Christian perspective that contributes needed diversity to the study of the mind and behavior. Topics range from ESP to moral development. Each chapter provides an introduction and overview of a given theme, a discussion of issues, an exploration of how psychological and biblical perspectives might be complementary, and a recap with suggested readings.
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Studio: Baker Academic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.47" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.62 lbs.
Release Date Apr 5, 2012
Publisher Baker Academic
ISBN 0801020123 ISBN13 9780801020124
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Pretty good--but be careful Apr 5, 2000
The book was very informative and easy reading. Considering the depth of psychological issues, Faw did a great job. There were some ways in which I thought the author was a little bit too accepting of certain things, such as hypnosis. (He did, to his credit, say that he does not claim to be right on everything, but is merely suggesting possibilities to be considered.) Although I disagree with him in some areas, I appreciate Faw's willingness to put aside prejudices and look objectively at the issues. I definitely do not recommend this book for anyone who believes things because they read them and doesn't think for themself. However, if you can think for yourself, this book will give you some great things to think about.