Adventures in Psychology

September 26, 2011 — 6 Comments

This series was actually started a while ago and then had to be abandoned to give its conceptual territory in my thinking while I focused on finishing my last year of seminary. With that completed now, I am planning to resume this series and work through a few books, specifically Psychology and Christianity: Five Views. The initial impulses to start this series was from a run in with an elitist counseling student who also happened to go to DTS. You can read more about that though in the first post, as well as the posts written to date:

This series has primarily been driven by my reading. So when I’m not reading counseling/psychology books (like has been the case over the last 18 months) I don’t have too much to say here. But if it’s something that you are interested in reading more about, then let me know. I do have several psychology/counseling books up for review, so that will certainly generate some more posts in this series.

Nate

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