The Psychology of Christian Character Formation Paperback
On Christian Character Formation
by Joanna Collicutt;
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Rich psychological insights to help you cultivate Christ-like characteristics and support your spiritual growth
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The Psychology of Christian Character Formation
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Joanna Collicutt, an experienced psychologist and theological educator, focuses on the psychology of character, virtue, and spirituality. Furthermore, the psychology is not used to support training in pastoral ministry to others, but rather to support the reader's own self-awareness and spiritual growth.
Joanna Collicutt understands Christian formation as Christian communities and their members growing up into conformity with the character of Christ through the action of the Holy Spirit. This is explored in the three parts of the book: first, an exploration of the process of Christian formation that includes a detailed analysis of the character of Jesus of Nazareth; secondly some focused psychology aimed at supporting an informed self-awareness in the reader; finally - and the most lengthy section - a series of chapters devoted to using psychological insights to help cultivate the Christ-like characteristics identified in the first section.
The Psychology of Christian Character Formation by Joanna Collicutt was published by SCM Press in April 2015 and is our 31330th best seller. The ISBN for The Psychology of Christian Character Formation is 9780334051794.
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|Author / Artist||Joanna Collicutt|
|Publisher||SCM Press (April 2015)|
|Number of Pages||256|
|Page last updated||21st November 2017|