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Journal of Pastoral Counseling back issues
Because I Said So
January 1, 2011... "The doctrine of blind obedience and unqualified submission to any human power, whether civil or ecclesiastical, is the doctrine of despotism and ought to have no place among Republicans and Christians." Angelina Grimke (1) At first glance, a reader might assume Grimke has higher...
Karl Rahner's 'Mysticism of Everyday Life' as Holistic Framework for Pain 'Management': Theological Anthropology in Pastoral Perspective
January 1, 2011... Abstract The sense of isolation imposed upon the patient in pain, because of physical infirmity and/or psychological distress, can be mitigated by perspectives emphasizing common human experience to which the suffering has their unique access to communion with others. For religious patients...
Do Anger Management Programs Reduce Aggression? an Assessment of the Effectiveness of a Community-Based Program
January 1, 2011... Abstract Counseling for anger and aggression is a major focus for counselors. Placing the issue in theological and psychological context, the authors evaluate the effectiveness of a community-based anger management program. Participants (n=33) enrolled in an eight-week program completed the...
Jesus as Healer of Broken Families: The Beginnings of a Pastoral Therapeutic Model Based on the Meaning of the "Son of Man"
January 1, 2011... "For the Son of Man is Lord of the Sabbath." (Matthew 12:8) A debate about the meaning of Jesus "the son of man" has taken place for centuries. The most recent history of this debate--there have been 66 surveys since 1725--is written by Delbert Burkett in 1994. The book covers a surprising...
January 1, 2011... There are seven facets of our title reflected in this issue. I. Ashok Chaudhari reminds us that there have been at least 66 different interpretations of the phrase "The Son of Man" since 1725. For a long time the image or metaphor of God held by a client or therapist has been seen as a...