Fb2 The Tree of Healing: Psychological Biblical Foundations for Counseling and Pastoral Care ePub
by Roger F. Hurding
|Author:||Roger F. Hurding|
|Publisher:||Zondervan (March 1, 1991)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1124 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1194 kb|
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464 pages : 22 cm. The Tree of Healing refers to the "tree" of pastoral care, a tree that has grown up among the many trees of psychotherapy and Christian counseling.
464 pages : 22 cm. Roger Hurding provides a clear and easy-to-follow map to this forest. As a result, the reader can begin to understand the many approaches to psychology and Christian counseling that one finds today. The goal of this assessment and understanding is to develop a truly accurate and biblical basis for the pastoral care of God's image-bearing creatures.
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Hurding, R. F. (1988). The tree of healing: Psychological and biblical foundations for counseling and pastoral care. Jung, C. G. (1953–78). The collected works of C. Jung. Princeton: Princeton University. Jacob-A study in individuation. In D. L. Miller (E.,Jung and the interpretation of the Bible (pp. 40–54).
The tree of healing: Psychological & Biblical foundations for counseling and pastoral care. A history of the Christian Association of Psychological Studies: 1954-1978. Paper presented at the 2003 CAPS National conference. Smith, William P. (1996).
Lambert wakes us up early and takes us outside to see this light flood the landscape of human life
Lambert wakes us up early and takes us outside to see this light flood the landscape of human life. A fine overview of how key Christian doctrines relate to counseling, this book will be on my required reading list. This book serves to lay the theological foundation of why we do biblical counseling while giving practical insight on how these truths practically play out. This is a great starting point for education in biblical counseling and an ideal precursor to another great biblical counseling book, Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands.
Five Pathways to Wholeness examines a variety of approaches to pastoral care: biblical counselling, the healing ministries, pastoral counselling, spiritual direction and social change. Bringing together material from a range of sources, and offering numerous engaging real-life illustrations, the author compares and evaluates each of the five approaches in its own right. At the same time, he encourages those who favour a particular pathway to respect and understand the raison d'etre of the other four
Roger F. Hurding Pastoral practitioners currently face the challenge of effectively reaching postmodern people through the pastoral process.
Presents 5 contemporary pathways to wholeness in the contexts of Christian pastoral care, the rise of postmodernism, and current hermeneutical debate. Biblical counseling, similar to the approaches, takes a challenging and didactic interventional strategy, based on personal salvation. Innerhealing path seeks wholeness through health, healing and deliverance, emphasizing the. Spirit's transforming work. Pastoral practitioners currently face the challenge of effectively reaching postmodern people through the pastoral process.
Pastoral counseling generally comprises a traditional spiritual or religious approach combined with modern psychology.
Publicado em 1988 em acordo com Hodder and Stoughton Ltd. (Londres, Inglaterra) com o título: Roots and shoots: a guide to counselling and psychotherapy.