When Life Goes Dark Paperback
Finding Hope in the Midst of Depression
by Richard Winter;
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When Life Goes Dark
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Psychiatrist and theologian Richard Winter explores the complex medical and psychological issues surrounding depression. He sorts through recent scientific research on its biochemical and genetic causes and examines social and cultural factors. Winter also dispels common Christian misunderstandings of depression and looks at how biblical characters experienced severe despair. Throughout he offers ways to help the suffering. Even in the shadow of the valley of death, there is hope for healing and deliverance.
This book is a helpful guide for those who find themselves, their loved ones or those they counsel vulnerable to depression. Find here a framework both for understanding depression and for rediscovering hope.
When Life Goes Dark by Richard Winter was published by IVP (USA) in June 2012 and is our 47033rd best seller. The ISBN for When Life Goes Dark is 9780830834686.
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"This labor is a profound and life-giving walk through the valley of the shadow of the death. Few people will escape the wrenching and sullen emptiness of depression or the exhausting triggers of anxiety--yet there are is little available to help us address this heartache from a biblical, neurological, relational and spiritual viewpoint. Richard Winter offers not only decades of wisdom and knowledge, but the fruit of his own personal struggle with depression and anxiety. This is a tour de force of how to engage the reality of our struggles in the bright light of our relationship with Christ."
Details for When Life Goes Dark
|Page last updated||4th July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Richard Winter|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||IVP (USA) (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||272|