Volume 6

Volume 6
  1. cover Fall 1978 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Cognitive Theory/Therapy and Sanctification: A Study in Integration
    2. Toward the Development of Christian Psychology: Learning and Cognitive Processes
    3. Conversion Experience, Belief System, and Personal and Ethical Attitudes
    4. Evangelical Christians and Professional Counseling: A Conflict of Values?
    5. Psychology, Christianity, and Urban Need
    6. Toward the Development of Adequate Training Programs for Urban Ministry
    7. Models for Effective Innercity Ministry
    8. Response to Psychology as Urban Ministry
  2. cover Summer 1978 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. The Teachings of Jesus and Piaget's Concept of Mature Moral Judgment
    2. The Search for Self-Esteem
    3. The Nature of Human Nature
    4. Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Sensation and Perception
    5. A Response to "God and Behavior Mod"
    6. God and Behavior Mod II: Some Reflections on Vos' Response
    7. Using Behavioral Psychology to Encourage Personal Evangelism
  3. cover Spring 1978 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Psychosexuality: A Three-Dimensional Model
    2. Is Creativity Incompatible with Orthodoxy?
    3. Loneliness and Faith
    4. The Prospects for a Normative Psychology of Religion: G.W. Allport as a Paradigm
    5. Jonathan Edwards' Analysis of Religious Experience
    6. A Comparative Study of Religious Values of Christian and Public School Eighth Graders
    7. Mutuality in Marriage
  4. cover Winter 1978 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Loneliness: A Social Developmental Analysis
    2. Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development and the Christian Faith
    3. The Circumstantial Relatedness of the Horizontal and the Vertical in the Psychotherapy and Conversion Relationship
    4. A Cognitive Approach to Listening and Action: From Devotion to Conduct
    5. A Personality Sketch of Cain, the Son of Adam
    6. Paralinguistic Cues in Religious Broadcasting
    7. Pioneering Literature in the Psychology of Religion: A Reminder
    8. Parenting: A Theological Model