Volume 7

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Volume 7
Issues
  1. cover Winter 1979 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Toward a Biblical Framework for Family Therapy
    2. Some Bible Families Examined from a Systems Perspective
    3. The Theology of Murray Bowen or the Marital Triangle
    4. Discipline by Grace
    5. Counseling Demands, Procedures, and Preparation of Parish Ministers: A Descriptive Study
    6. Humanistic-Experiential Models in Pastoral Counseling: A Critique
    7. Attribution to Supernatural Causation: An Important Component of Religious Commitment?
  2. cover Fall 1979 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Behavioral Psychology and the Bible: General and Specific Considerations
    2. Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Adjustment and Maladjustment
    3. Rollo May and the Experience of Power
    4. Psychodynamics of Mass Communications
    5. The Psychological Adjustment of the Single Male Adult Compared with Married Males and Single and Married Females Aged 25-34
    6. Values and Behavioral Change
  3. cover Summer 1979 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. "Weep With Those Who Weep": Understanding and Helping the Crying Person
    2. Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Personality
    3. Religiosity and Altruism: Faith Without Works?
    4. Note on the Attribution and Reinforcement Analyses of Altruism
    5. Response to the Philosophical Bias of Humanist Manifesto II
    6. Leader Behavior, Group Size, and Member Satisfaction in University Christian Growth Groups
    7. The Prophet Hosea: God's Alternative to Divorce for the Reason of Infidelity
  4. cover Spring 1979 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Toward the Development of a Christian Psychology: Motivation
    2. Hypnotic Aspect of Religious Experiences
    3. Demon Possession and Psychopathology: A Theological Relationship
    4. A Response to "Demon Possession and Psychopathology:" A Theological Relationship
    5. Religion, Psychology, and Science: Steps Toward a Wider Psychology of Religion
    6. Self-Actualization as Related to Frequency, Range, and Pattern of Religious Experience
    7. Counseling and the Clergy: Perceptions of Roles