The Tension Between Psychology and Theology: An Anthropological Solution

Volume
Volume 10
Issue
Fall 1982
Title
The Tension Between Psychology and Theology: An Anthropological Solution
Abstract

Having traced the etymological roots of the tension between psychology and theology (Vande Kemp, 1982), the author discusses the presence of a twentieth-century "psychology without a soul." Some aspects of the depth-psychological tradition are examined in their documentation of unconscious processes and their assertion of the presence of both soul and spirit. The author argues for a trichotomic anthropology which differentiaties, at least for clinical and pastoral purposes, between the spiritual and the psychological.

Author
Dr. H. Vande Kemp
Pages
205 - 211
Price
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