"Can Two Walk Together, Except They Be Agreed?": Psychology and Theology-A Journey Together or Paths Apart?

Volume
Volume 25
Issue
Spring 1997
Title
"Can Two Walk Together, Except They Be Agreed?": Psychology and Theology-A Journey Together or Paths Apart?
Abstract

The integration of psychology and theology is likened to a journey in which two people share their ideas. Sometimes there is agreement and the two walk the same path; sometimes no agreement is possible and the two must go their separate ways. The psychologies of psychoanalysis, learning psychology (behaviorism), cognitive psychology, and humanistic psychology are evaluated using Scripture as the criterion for acceptance or rejection of basic ideas and methodology.

Author
Dr. B. Clouse
Pages
38 - 48
Price
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