Journal of Psychology and Christianity - the journal of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies
Bussema, Ken.1993. 'Perspectives on developmental psychology.' Pro Rege 22 (1):1-8.
Roy Clouser. 2005 (rev edn). 'Theories in psychology'. The Myth of Religious Neutrality (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press) ch 9
James Olthuis.2001. The Beautiful Risk: A New Psychology of Loving and Being Loved (Zondervan) [Reviewed here ]
Arnold H. De Graaff. 1977. Views of man and psychology in Christian perspective: some readings. Toronto: Institute for Christian Studies (mimeo)
Arnold H. De Graaff.1980. Psychology: sensitive openness and appropriate reactions. Potchefstroom: I.A.C. (Series F2 no 17)
Arnold H. De Graaff 2009. A Critical Essay: An evaluation of James H. Olthuis' A Beautiful Risk A New Psychology of Loving and Being Loved
Hackney, C.H. 2007. Possibilities for a Christian positive psychology. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 35 (3): 211-221.
1984. 'On the question of psychology as a science.' Journal of Psychology and Christianity 3 (2): 33-41.
2000. Heart and Soul: A Christian View of Psychology.Grand Rapids: Paideia Press2014. Searching the Soul: An Introduction to Christian Psychology. Jordan Stationa, Ontario: Padideia Press.
Stanton L. Jones and Richard E. Butman. 1991. Modern Psychotherapies: A Comprehensive Christian Appraisal (Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press).
David Myers and Malcolm Jeeves. 1991. Psychology through the Eyes of Faith, (Leicester: Apollos).
(2006) 'A Disclosing model of psychotherapy' [pdf]
(2006) 'Circumambulating interpersonal sensitive disclosure therapy using rational emotive behavious therapy' [pdf]
Lecture 1. Martin & Deirdre Bobgan
Lecture 2. Behaviour Therapy 1.
Lecture 3. Behaviour Therapy 2.
Lecture 4. Jay Adams - Biblical Counselling
Lecture 5. Reality Therapy - William Glasser
Lecture 6. Rational-Emotive Behaviour Therapy - Albert Ellis
Lecture 7. Cognitive Therapy - Aaron T. Beck
Lecture 8. Christian Applications of Cognitive Therapy - William Backus & Chris Thurman
Lecture 9. Contemporary Practice of Cognitive Therapy with Specific Problems (Depression)
Lecture 10. Transactional Analysis (TA) - Eric Berne
Lecture 11. Narrative Therapy
Lecture 12 Theophostic Prayer Ministry
Lecture 13 Christians in critical dialogue with REBT
Lecture 14 Nondual Counselling
Lecture 1. Three Traditions
Lecture 2. How to Critically Evaluate Psychological Theories
Lecture 3. Freud
Lecture 4. Freud and Humanist Judaism
Lecture 5. Jung
Lecture 6. Horney
Lecture 7. Kohut
Lecture 8. Hendrix
Lecture 9. Frank Lake
Lecture 10. Rogers
Lecture 11. Frankl
Lecture 12. Fritz and Laura Perls
Lecture 13. Sensory Perception in Christian Counselling
Lecture 14. Psychotherapy in Light of Truth
Explorations in the History of Pscychology: Persisiting Themata and Changing Paradigms. Sioux Center: Dordt College Press
1008 Persisting Themata and Changing Paradigms: explorations in the history of Psychology (book), 2005 [pdf]
1009 The Meaning of the Psychical, 1985
1010 Some Things Every Christian Psychologist Should Think About (Maybe), 1986
1011 Paradigms in Psychology: agency and patience, 1994
1012 The place of feelings in our lives, undated
1013 Love and aggression, 1975
1014 On being a Christian Academic Psychologist, 1997
1015 Depression, 1996
1016 How can I get on well with others?, 1997
Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen
1976. 'View from the lion?s den: Integrating psychology and Christianity in the secular university classroom.' Christian Scholar?s Review 5: 364-373.
1978. 'The behaviourist bandwagon and the body of Christ.' Crux 14 (1): 3-28.
1982. 'The unfulfilled apprenticeship of North American psychology.' Christian Scholar?s Review 11 (4):291-315.
1982. The Sorcerer's Apprentice: A Christian Looks at the Changing Face of Psychology, (InterVarsity Press).
1984. 'The female reconstructs psychology.' Journal of Psychology and Christianity 3 (2): 20-32.
1985. The Person on Psychology: A Contemporary Christian Appraisal (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans)
Contents1. Psychology in a Postmodern Age.2. Non-western Psychologies from Ancient Times.3. Ancient Greek Psychologies:Man as the Measure of All Things.4. The Biblical Drama & the Meaning of Personhood.5. Psychologists & Psychology's Paradigm.6. Psychology & the Brain-Mind Debate.7. Behavioral Psychology at Seventy.8. The Cognitive Revival.9. Social Psychology:A Battleground between two paradigms.10.Personality Psychology; an Ambiguous Ally.11.Psychology & the Agenda for the Future.
1987. 'Personality theorizing within a Christian world view.' In: T Burke (ed). Man and mind: A Christian theory of personality. Millsdale, MI: Hillsdale College Press, pp. 171-198.
1988. 'Psychology?s 'two cultures': a Christian analysis.' Christian Scholar?s Review 17 (4): 406-424.
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