A Critique of Integration Models

Volume
Volume 18
Issue
Spring 1990
Title
A Critique of Integration Models
Abstract

The process of doing integration of psychology and theology is more complex than has often been assumed. While H. Richard Niebuhr's model in Christ and Culture (1951) has generally been followed by most authors, it neither proposes a method for doing integration nor does it take adequate account of broader philosophical approaches to doing integration. This article will critique most of the integration efforts over the past 20 years and will focus on what we can learn from them for use in a new approach.

Author
Dr. S.M. Clinton
Pages
13 - 20
Price
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