Compass Psychotheology: Where Psychology & Theology Really Meet: Where Psychology & Theology Really Meet
Lulu.com, 2006 - 276 páginas
Dr. Dan and Kate Montgomery's masterwork on integrating psychology and theology has practical application in the fields of pastoral ministry, counseling, personality theory, and discipleship. Praised by professors at Yale, Fuller, Gordon-Conwell, Garrett-Evangelical, University of Dubuque, Andover Newton, and Dallas theological seminaries, the Self Compass(r) growth tool produces personality transformation, strengthens relationships, and increases intimacy with God. Dr. Ray Anderson calls the book "stunning and stimulating; recommended as required reading here at Fuller Theological Seminary." Theologian Gabriel Fackre writes: "Thank you, Dan and Kate Montgomery, for this remarkable mating of theology and psychology.&quo
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