Exploring Psychology and Christian Faith
Introductory psychology courses can raise significant questions about the nature of being human. Christianity, with its emphasis on humans made in the image of God, has a clear perspective. Psychology offers answers too, but they are often subtly implied. This...
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Introductory psychology courses can raise significant questions about the nature of being human. Christianity, with its emphasis on humans made in the image of God, has a clear perspective. Psychology offers answers too, but they are often subtly implied. This introductory guide, drawn from more than fifty years of classroom experience, provides students with a coherent framework for considering psychology from a Christian perspective. The authors explore biblical themes of human nature in relation to all major areas of psychology, showing how a Christian understanding of humans can inform the study of psychology. Brief, accessible chapters correspond to standard introductory psychology textbooks, making this an excellent supplemental text. End-of-chapter questions are included.
- :<b>contents<br></b>five Themes Of A Biblical View Of Human Nature<br>introduction: Why Did I Do That?<br>1. Who Am I? Themes Of Human Nature<br>2. Test Time! Research Methodology<br>3. &quot;bodies Revealed&quot;: Brain And Behavior 1<br>4. The Ghost In The Machine: Brain And Behavior 2<br>5. Who Is In Control: Consciousness<br>6. Making Sense Of Your Surroundings: Sensation, Perception, And Attention<br>7. Change From The Heart: Learning<br>8. Remember Me? Memory<br>9. Think About It! Thinking--decision Making And Reasoning<br>10. Moving Toward A Goal: Developmental Psychology<br>11. Trust Your Feelings! Emotion<br>12. We're In This Together! Social Psychology 1<br>13. Faithful Attitude And Action: Social Psychology 2<br>14. The <i>real</i> You! Personality<br>15. In Search Of Normality: Psychological Disorders<br>16. &quot;meaningful&quot; Healing: Therapy<br>references<br>indexes