The End of "Christian Psychology"
What can be wrong with "Christian psychology"? It comprises the the same confusion of contradictory theories and techniques as secular psychology. "Christian" psychologists have simply borrowed their theories and techniques from this world's wisdom. Packed with biblical and scientific evidence, this book thoroughly demonstrates that professional psychotherapy, with its underlying psychologies, is questionable at best, detrimental at worst, and a spiritual counterfeit in any event.
"Christian psychology" is comprised of the same confusion of contradictory theories and techniques as secular psychology. Professional psychologists who profess Christianity have simply borrowed the theories and techniques from secular psychology.
Professional psychotherapy with its underlying psychologies is questionable at best, detrimental at worst, and a spiritual counterfeit at least. The purpose of this book is to demonstrate the truth of that statement and to raise the challenge of urging the church of all evidences of this scourge.
Martin Bobgan holds four college degrees, including a doctorate from the University of Colorado, and is the President of PsychoHeresy Awareness Ministries. Deidre holds an M.A. in English from the University of California at Santa Barbara and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. They have coauthored eleven books.
Table of Contents:
- The End of "Christian Psychology"
- Science or Pseudoscience?
- Integration or Separation?
- Does Psychotherapy Work?
- Rejection of the Living Water
- Polluted Streams
- Sigmund Freud/Psychoanalysis
- Carl Jung/Analytic Psychology
- Alfred Adler/Individual Psychology
- Erich Fromm/Unconditional Love
- Abraham Maslow/Need Psychology
- Carl Rogers/Client-Centered Therapy
- Albert Ellis/Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
- William Glasser/Reality Therapy
- Thomas Harris/Transactional Analysis
- Arthur Janov/Primal Therapy
- Diluted, Polluted, or Pure?