Between Jerusalem and Athens: ethical perspectives on culture, religion, and psychotherapy
Written for students or practicioners who struggle to understand how to authentically integrate faith and practice, the book identifies the central life-shaping theme of biblical Christian ethics--the reign of God. Divided into three parts, this informative guide asks what it means to be a Christian and a therapist, sketching out that perspective's resulting ethic.
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