Item description for Biblical Concepts for Christian Counseling: A Case for Integrating Psychology and Theology by William T. Kirwan & John Carter...
Overview The author sounds a clarion call for a thorough integration of psychology and theology and demonstrates the practical outworking of that integration.
Publishers Description "In this easy-to-read volume Scriptures come alive, and relate as never before to our experiences as broken selves in a broken world. He brings to light insights from contemporary psychology and from Christian thinkers such as Archibald Alexander, Timothy Rogers, Rancis Schaeffer and R. C. Sproul. Biblical Concepts challenges many of our notions and attitudes, daring us to be more biblical in our preaching and counseling."-John W. Sanderson
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Studio: Baker Academic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.08" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2000
Publisher Baker Academic
ISBN 0801054540 ISBN13 9780801054549
Reviews - What do customers think about Biblical Concepts for Christian Counseling: A Case for Integrating Psychology and Theology?
Well explained & easy to read May 17, 2007
I'm probably bias but I really enjoyed reading this book and how it viewed christian counselling and how psychology could be integrated. It was easy to read and I liked how the argument on integrating christian counselling was presented.
Simple Approach to a Complex Subject. Jul 26, 2002
This work by William T. Kirwan is the place to start when looking at the field of Christian Counseling. The outline of this book is very complete and provides depth in many aspects of Christian Counseling. The cited works used in this text provide a "Who's Who" presentation for the aspiring counselor. This text helped launch my hunger in the field. The book starts slow but it quickly builds the reader's vocabulary and presents information with an ease toward comprehension.
Outstanding...a must read for integration Oct 3, 1999
This work has integrated my thought in a most helpful way. Highly recomended.