A Psychology of Hope Paperback
A Biblical Response to Tragedy and Suicide
by Kalman J. Kaplan; Matthew B. Schwartz;
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A Psychology of Hope
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Ancient Greek society shows an obsessive interest in suicide and death. Kaplan and Schwartz explore the psychodynamic roots of that tendency and contrast it with the biblical stories, which speak little of suicide and approach reality and freedom in terms of a personal, lifegiving God. It is here that Kaplan and Schwartz find a viable solution for the hopelessness so prevalent in Western culture today.
Kalman J Kaplan is Professor of Psychology at Wayne State University and Clinical Professor of Psychology at the University of Illinois College of Medicine.
Matthew B Schwartz teaches ancient history and literature in the Department of History at Wayne State University.
A Psychology of Hope by Kalman J. Kaplan; Matthew B. Schwartz was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in November 2008. The ISBN for A Psychology of Hope is 9780802832719.
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Details for A Psychology of Hope
|Page last updated||26th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Kalman J. Kaplan; Matthew B. Schwartz|
|Items in Pack||1|
|Publisher||Eerdmans Publishing Company (November 2008)|
|Edition||Revised, Expanded ed.|
|Number of Pages||224|