Have you been forgiven but you still feel guilty? Does something from your past nag away despite all your best efforts to shrug it off? Do mistakes loom large in your thinking and do your conversations start with an apology?...
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Have you been forgiven but you still feel guilty? Does something from your past nag away despite all your best efforts to shrug it off? Do mistakes loom large in your thinking and do your conversations start with an apology? Many people are paralyzed with guilt. Guilt robs you of freedom, peace, and joy. It can make you feel unacceptable or isolated. Jesus' forgiveness is the ultimate remedy for guilt, but even for those who believe, guilty feelings can still present a lingering problem. The Guilt Book combines biblical theology and modern psychology, offering a fresh perspective and helping us differentiate between our true guilt, for which forgiveness is needed, and false guilt, for which a psychological approach will help. Together, we will challenge entrenched cycles of guilt, with their associated feelings of hopelessness and despair. Freedom from persistent guilt is possible. Peace is worth fighting for.
Will and Lucinda van der Hart live in London, UK, where Will is vicar of St Peter's, West Harrow. Will is also director of Mind and Soul, a charity resourcing Christians to engage with mental and emotional health issues, and Lucinda is a journalist. They are new parents to a daughter, Skye, and co-authors of The Pregnancy Book: Spiritual & emotional survival for first-time parents
Dr Rob Waller is a Consultant Psychiatrist working for the National Health Service in Scotland. He is married to Susanna and lives in Edinburgh with their sons James and David. His special interests are in Medical Education and Spirituality. He is also qualified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and is on the Board of Mercy Ministries UK.
Rob wants to empower mental health professionals to use their skills in a Godly way and inform the places where they work. He believes the good news of Christianity brings an essential contribution to mental health services. See more on his personal website.