Sin, Pride & Self Acceptance Paperback

The Problem of Identity In Theology and Psychology

by Terry D. Cooper;

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Sin, Pride & Self Acceptance

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What is wrong with humanity- pride or lack of self-esteem? That is the question asked by Terry D. Cooper throughout 'Sin, Pride & Self Acceptance,' which attempts to discuss the question with theological and psychological insight.

Cooper investigates what may be the root of the humanity's problem? Is it pride or lack of self-esteem? In turn, do we love the self too much or too little?

The author is intrigued with this topic and explores the question that has been asked for centuries. Despite the age-long debate, Cooper manages to provide unique and thoughtful conclusions.

The book discusses its topic with reference to the relationship betwen humanistic psychology and Christianity- two theories that have often clashed with their perspectives on humanity. Also discussed are the psychological theories of Freud, Jung, Carl Rogers, Gerald May and Karen Horney.

Sin, Pride & Self-Acceptance is a particularly ideal resource for students and practitioners of psychology.

Sin, Pride & Self Acceptance by Terry D. Cooper was published by Intervarsity Press in March 2004 and is our 49470th best seller. The ISBN for Sin, Pride & Self Acceptance is 9780830827282.

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Page last updated 22nd April 2017
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherIntervarsity Press (March 2004)
Product Code3962037
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