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Editors: Hall, Todd W. (Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University); McMinn, Mark R. (Wheaton College)
Book Description:
Integrating psychology and theology has come with various intellectual challenges, including the challenge of valuing various ways of knowing. Psychology, deeply rooted in a scientific epistemology, places great value in systematic and measurable observations. Christian theology is bounded by central doctrines, forged over centuries of dialog and based on the authority of a sacred text. Those integrating psychology and theology most effectively have learned to value both epistemologiesóthe scientific and the authoritativeóand have often been maligned and misunderstood in both worlds for valuing the epistemology of the other.
This book is focused on Christian spirituality. The editors believe that Christian spirituality can contribute to both the evangelical integration dialogue, and to the broader discussion of spirituality and religion because of its insight into the nature of God, human development and maturity, and the means of spiritual change.

Table of Contents:
(Mark R. McMinn and Todd W. Hall, Biola University)

Part I - Spiritual Formation and Christian Psychology; Editorís Overview; pp.1-2

Chapter 1 - Spiritual Formation In Christ: A Perspective On What It Is And How It Might Be Done; pp. 3-9
(Dallas Willard);

Chapter 2 - Spiritual Formation And Christian Psychology: A Response And Application Of Willardís Perspective; pp. 11-16
(Michael Mangis, Wheaton College);

Chapter 3 - Spiritual Directors And Clinical Psychologists: A Comparison Of Mental Health And Spiritual Values; pp. 17-34 (Nicholas Howard et al.);

Chapter 4 - Spiritual Coping And Well-Functioning Among; pp. 35-50 Psychologists (Case et al.);

Part II - Strengthening Psychology by Understanding Spiritual Formation; Editorís Overview; pp.51-52

Chapter 5 - Toward Union In Love: The Contemplative Spiritual Tradition And Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theory In The Formation Of Persons; pp. 53-69
(Robert Watson, Wheaton College);

Chapter 6 - Musings On The Dark Night Of The Soul: Insights From St. John Of The Cross On A Developmental Spirituality; pp. 71-91
(John Coe, Biola University);

Chapter 7 - Gender Differences In The Integration Literature: A Content Analysis Of JPT And JPC By Gender And Integration Type;
pp. 93-105
(Terri Watson et al., Wheaton College);

Part III - Strengthening Spiritual Formation by Understanding Psychology; Editorís Overview; pp.103-104

Chapter 8 - God As A Secure Base And Haven Of Safety: Attachment Theory As A Framework For Understanding Relationship To God;
pp. 109-128
(Kimberly Gaines Eckert and Cynthia Neal Kimball, Wheaton College);

Chapter 9 - A Winnicottian Redescription Of Christian Spiritual Direction Relationships: Illustrating The Potential Contribution Of Psychology Of Religion To Christian Spiritual Practice; pp. 129-147 (Douglas Hardy, Eastern Nazarene College);

Chapter 10 - A Response To Hardy; pp. 149-153
(Laura Haynes);

Chapter 11 - Reply To Haynes; pp. 155-157
(Douglas Hardy, Eastern Nazarene College);

Part IV - The Effects of Spiritual Formation Interventions; Editorís Overview; pp.153-154

Chapter 12 - Freedom In Christ: Quasi-Experimental Research On The Neil Anderson Approach; pp. 161-174
(Fernando Garzon et al., Regent University);

Chapter 13 - Solitude, Silence, And The Training Of Psychotherapists; pp. 175-184
(Jeff VanMeter et al., Wheaton College);

Part V - Christian Traditions And Spirituality; Editorís Overview; pp.179-180

Chapter 14 - Resources From Reformed Spirituality For Christian Spiritual Formation In Clinical Practice; pp. 187-200
(Dennis Morgan and Mark Yarhouse);

Chapter 15 - A Wesleyan Spirituality: Implications For Clinical Practice; pp. 201-213
(Marcus Kilian and Stephen Parker, Regent University);

Chapter 16 - Pentecostal Spirituality: Implications For An Approach To Clinical Psychology; pp. 215-231
(Neftali Serrano);

Part VI - Measuring Spirituality; Editorís Overview; pp.227-228

Chapter 17 - Measuring Religion And Spirituality: Where Are We And Where Are We Going?; pp. 235-260
(Will Slater et al., Bluffton College);

Chapter 18 - Illusory Spiritual Health; pp. 261-275
(Keith Edwards and Todd Hall, Biola University);

Chapter 19 - The Changing Face of Religion and Spirituality: Implications for Conceptualization and Measurement; pp. 277-290
(Peter C. Hill, Joshua J. Sarazin, Phillip J. Atkison, Amy E. Cousineau and Sharon S. Hsu)

Index pp.283-288

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2002
   Pages: 288.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-59033-453-9
   Status: AV
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