Volume 28

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Volume 28
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  1. cover Winter 2000 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Christian Spirituality in a Postmodern Era
    2. Spiritual Formation in Christ: A Perspective on What It Is and How It Might Be Done
    3. Spiritual Formation and Christian Psychology: A Response and Application of Willard's Perspective
    4. A Winnicottian Redescription of Christian Spiritual Direction Relationships: Illustrating the Potential Contribution of Psychology of Religion to Christian Spiritual Practice
    5. Response to "A Winnicottian Redescription of Christian Spiritual Direction Relationships: Illustrating the Potential Contribution of Psychology of Religion to Christian Spiritual Practice"
    6. A Response to Haynes
    7. Toward Union in Love: The Contemplative Spiritual Tradition and Contemporary Psychoanalytic Theory in the Formation of Persons
    8. Musings on the Dark Night of the Soul: Insights from St. John of the Cross on Developmental Spirituality
    9. Spiritual Directors and Clinical Psychologists: A Comparison of Mental Health and Spiritual Values
  2. cover Fall 2000 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Protecting One's Soul: A Christian Inquiry into Defensive Activity
    2. Scientist vs. Believer?: On Navigating Between the Scilla of Scientific Norms and the Charybdis of Personal Experience
    3. Integration as Service: Implications of Faith-Praxis Integration for Training
    4. Christian Psychology Graduate School's Impact on Marriage: Nonstudent Spouses Speak
    5. Personal Spirituality as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Stressors and Subjective Well-Being
    6. Religiosity and Family Values: Correlates of God-Image in a Protestant Sample
  3. cover Summer 2000 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Using the Levels of Family Involvement Model with Religious Professionals
    2. The Role of Secure Attachment in Predicting Spiritual Maturity of Students at a Conservative Seminary
    3. Motivation for the Pastoral Profession in the Netherlands
    4. Role Conflict and British Pentecostal Ministers
    5. College Students' Perceptions of Spiritual People and Religious People
    6. The Relation of Spiritual Self-Identity to Religious Orientations and Attitudes
    7. Surrender to God: An Additional Coping Style?
  4. cover Spring 2000 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Forgiving Usually Takes Time: A Lesson Learned by Studying Interventions to Promote Forgiveness
    2. Seeking Forgiveness: Theoretical Context and Initial Empirical Study
    3. Are Christians Obliged NOT to Forgive? A Response to Martin (1997)
    4. A Series of Progressive Legal and Ethical Decision-Making Steps for Using Christian Spiritual Interventions in Psychotherapy
    5. A Preliminary Assessment of Mental Health Needs Faced by Religious Leaders in Eastern Europe