Response to Paul Vitz- Perspectives from Biblical Anthropology

Volume
Volume 20
Issue
Spring 1992
Title
Response to Paul Vitz- Perspectives from Biblical Anthropology
Abstract

The author responds to Vitz'€™s (1992a, 1992b) two preceding articles. He asserts that Vitz has made a paradigm shift from a psychological to a social concept of the self, without making it clear that he has done so. Anderson believes that this unrecognized shift has led to some ambivalence in Vitz about the use of his narrative approach in integrative psychotherapy. The author attempts to resolve this ambivalence through conclusions derived from a biblical anthropology —a view of the self as a unity with social, spiritual, and historical dimensions.

Author
Dr. R.S. Anderson
Pages
28 - 33
Price
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