Item description for Self-Image: How to Overcome Inferiority Judgments (Resources for Biblical Living) by Louis Paul Priolo...
Overview This helpful booklet addresses from a biblical perspective the issue of self image. It helps the reader understand what one's self image is and what it isn't. After making a list of his inferiorities (the area's of his life which he believes is inadequate), the reader is encouraged to classify them in three distinct categories. Specific biblical guidelines are then provided to assist with the correction of each category of inferiority judgment. A Biblical approach to a common struggle.
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Studio: P & R Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.3" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.2" Weight: 0.1 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher P & R PUBLISHING #97
Series Resources for Biblical Living
ISBN 1596380799 ISBN13 9781596380790
Availability 0 units.
More About Louis Paul Priolo
Lou Priolo's other books include "The Heart of Anger, The Heart of Anger Workbook, The Complete Husband" and "Losing That Lovin Feeling."
Louis Paul Priolo currently resides in Wetumpka, in the state of Alabama. Louis Paul Priolo was born in 1954.
Reviews - What do customers think about Self-Image: How to Overcome Inferiority Judgments (Resources for Biblical Living)?
Good book, but could use more content for price. Mar 22, 2008
I purchased this book to give to a friend, but needed to review it before giving it away.
Basically, it breaks our self-images into three categories: inaccurate perceptions, accurate perceptions that are not sinful, and accurate perceptions that are sinfull. The author then discusses how to deal with these perceptions in a biblical way. This is also as much a work book to deal with low self-image issues.
Mr. Priolo writes well and provides a sound method for dealing with our inferiority feelings. The only reason I gave this book a 4-star rating was due to the low content of the book.
I am definitely frugal and feel that a 32 page booklet for a $3.99 price tag is high. Also, I would have liked to see additional content on the subject. Especially on the topic of sinful self-perceptions, deeper scriptural content could be added here ( a layman's opinion only ).
That aside, it is still a very good book on the topic. I think it is a helpful book and would recommend it, even to those who don't have a self-perception issue.