Volume 18

Volume 18
  1. cover Winter 1990 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Interpreting the Biblical Words for the Self
    2. Counseling Parents of the Mentally Retarded: A Christian Perspective
    3. From Jericho to Jerusalem: The Good Samaritan From a Different Direction
    4. Dependency, "Irrationality," and Community
    5. Values, "Irrationality," and Religiosity
    6. Psychosocial Development in Adult Missionary Kids
    7. The Relationship Between Religious Orientation and Empathy in Pastoral Counselors
  2. cover Fall 1990 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Religion: The Illusion Has a Future
    2. Ritualistic Child Abuse, Psychopathology, and Evil
    3. An Integrationist's Critique of and Challenge to the Bobgans' View of Counseling and Psychotherapy
    4. John Stott and Erik Erikson on the Problem of Modernity: Applications for the Ministry of the Church
    5. Comparing Psychological Guilt and Godly Sorrow: Do Christians Recognize the Difference?
    6. Ethics of Practice Among Christian Psychologists: A Pilot Study
    7. An Empirical Study of the Pastoral Mental Health Involvement Model
    8. Seminary Drop-Outs: A Study of Predictability
  3. cover Summer 1990 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. The Foundational Integration Model
    2. Cultural Reflection: A Necessary Task for the Christian Psychotherapist
    3. The Christian Psychotherapist as a Transitional Object to God
    4. Religious and Familial Factors in the Etiology of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Review
    5. The Chalcedonian Definition: An Example of the Difficulties and Usefulness of Thinking in Terms of Complementarity
    6. The Influence of Counselors' Religious Values on Clients' Perception of the Counselor
    7. The Relationships between Images of God, Explanations for Failure to Do One's Duty to God, and Invoking God's Agency
    8. Jungian Archetypes and the Personality of Jesus in the Synoptics
  4. cover Spring 1990 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Prominent Themes in Evangelical Integration Literature
    2. A Critique of Integration Models
    3. The Task of Integration: A Modest Proposal
    4. Clergy's Knowledge of Psychopathology
    5. Intrinsicness, Self-Actualization and the Ideological Surround
    6. Measurement of Identity from Adolescence to Adulthood: Cultural, Community, Religious, and Family Factors
    7. How Missionary Children Become World Christians: The Role of the MK School and the Local Culture
    8. The Effects of Schooling on Thinking in Northestern Nigeria with Implications for Christian Education
    9. Strengthening a Religious Social Support System: A Brief Report