A Reaction to Rosik's Conversations with an Internal Self Helper

Volume
Volume 20
Issue
Fall 1992
Title
A Reaction to Rosik's Conversations with an Internal Self Helper
Abstract

The authors react in a generally favorable manner to Christopher H. Rosik's article, "Conversations with an Internal Self Helper," in the Journal of Psychology and Theology, 1992, 20(3), 217-223. Ondrivik and Hamilton regard Rosik's account of the history of the ISH as "somewhat anemic" and attempt to enlarge on it. They agree with Rosik's views on the conflict between theology and psychology in respect to the spiritual quality of the ISH and on implications for treatment without necessity of theological or scientific labels and prejudices.

Authors
Dr. D. Hamilton and Dr. J. Ondrovik
Pages
224 - 225
Price
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