Academic journal article Journal of Psychology and Theology

Books Received

Academic journal article Journal of Psychology and Theology

Books Received

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The following books have been received from publishers and are under consideration for review in the Journal of Psychology and Theology. Listing of a volume does not necessarily imply that it will be reviewed. Readers with appropriate academic and professional background who are interested in joining the panel of book reviewers are encouraged to correspond with the editor, enclosing a copy of their current professional curriculum vitae.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL: INTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGY AND THEOLOGY

Barrell, J.L. (2004). Why would anyone believe in God? Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc. Paper. 160pp. $19.95. ISBN. 0-7591-0667-3.

Whitehouse, H. (2004). Modes of Religiosity: A cognitive theory of religious transmission. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc. Paper. 208pp. $24.95. ISBN. 0-7591-0615-0.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL: PSYCHOLOGY AND RELATED ISSUES

Berman, E. (2004). Impossible training: A relational view of psychoanalytic education. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. Paper. 296pp. $39.95. ISBN. 0-88163-275-9.

Buechler, S. (2004). Clinical values: Emotions that guide psychoanalytic treatment. Hillsdale, NJ: The Analytic Press, Inc. Paper. 208pp. $32.50. ISBN. 0-88163-377-1.

Rank, O. (2004). The myth of the birth of the hero: A psychological exploration of myth. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Press. Hardcover. 149 pp. $49.95. ISBN. 0-8018-7883-7.

ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL: THEOLOGY AND RELATED ISSUES

Beier, M., (2004). A violent God-image: An introduction to the work of Eugen Drewermann. …

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