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Psychology and the Bible [4 volumes]
A New Way to Read the Scriptures
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"Would I buy this set? Yes, if I were a psychology teacher, a Christian counselor, a person interested in the Bible and psychology, or just a sponge for knowledge....I would recommend my city or college library put it on their shelves."-Perspectives on Scienc and Christian Faith "Highly recommended. General and academic readers."-Choice ?Highly recommended. General and academic readers.?-Choice ?Would I buy this set? Yes, if I were a psychology teacher, a Christian counselor, a person interested in the Bible and psychology, or just a sponge for knowledge....I would recommend my city or college library put it on their shelves.?-Perspectives on Scienc and Christian Faith "Psychological approaches to the Bible, always popular with the general reader but rather out of fashion of late among the cognoscenti, receive in this anthology a welcome, rigorous, and refreshing revival."-Jack Miles, Pulitzer Prize recipient author of God: A Biography and Christ: A Crisis in the Life of God
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J. HAROLD ELLENS is Editor for the Praeger Series in Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality. He is a Research Scholar at the University of Michigan Department of Near Eastern Studies, a retired Presbyterian theologian, an ordained minister, a retired U.S. Army Colonel and a retired Professor of Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology. He served 15 years as Executive Director of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies, and was Founding Editor and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Psychology and Christianity. He has authored, coauthored, or edited 164 books, including The Destructive Power of Religion, 4 volumes (Praeger, 2004). WAYNE G. ROLLINS is Adjunct Professor of Scripture at Hartford Seminary and Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies at Assumption College. He received his Ph.D. in New Testament Studies from Yale University and is Founder and Chair of the Society of Biblical Literature Section on Psychology and Biblical Studies.
Volume I Foreword Series Foreword 1 Introduction 2 Reading the Bible in Three Dimensions: Psychological Biblical Interpretation 3 Sexuality in the Hebrew Bible: Freuds Lens 4 Jung, Analytical Psychology, and the Bible 5 Theissens Integration of Psychology and New Testament Studies: Learning Theory, Psychodynamics, and Cognitive Psychology 6 Developmental Psychology in Biblical Studies 7 Winnicotts Squiggle Game and Biblical Interpretation 8 Gospel Narrative and Psychoanalytic Criticism: Peter Brooks, Norman Holland, and Jacques Lacan 9 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Vicarious Atonement in the Second Isaiah 10 Family Systems Psychology as Hermeneutic 11 A Romantic Psychologist Reads the Bible: Eugen Drewermann 12 The Psychosymbolic Approach to Biblical Interpretation 13 Jewish and Christian Messianism: The Psychoanalytic Approach of Heinz Kohut 14 The Bible and Psychology: An Interdisciplinary Pilgrimage Glossary Index About the Contributors About the Series Editor and Advisers Volume II Foreword Series Foreword 1 Introduction 2 Wrestling with God: Psychological Insights in Bible Study 3 The Psychodynamics of the Fall Story: Genesis 2:253:24 4 What Is Wrong with This Picture? Daughters and Fathers in Genesis 5 Jacob: A Study in Individuation 6 A Psychological Approach to the Book of Jonah 7 Lady Wisdom: A Polytheistic and Psychological Interpretation of a Biblical Goddess 8 Psychotherapeutic Change in the Book of Job 9 Reading the Prophecies of Jeremiah through a Psychoanalytic Lens 10 Psychoanalyzing Ezekiel 11 An Adequate Psychological Approach to the Book of Ezekiel 12 Traumatizing Ezekiel, the Exilic Prophet 13 Whats in a Name? That Which We Call a Rose by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet: Gods Name, Lacan, and the Ultimate Phallus 14 The Day of the L from a Jungian Perspective: Amos 5:1820 15 Role and Selfhood in Hebrew Prophecy 16 Because of My Grief I Have Spoken: The Psychology of Loss in 4 Ezra 17 The Visionary Practices of Jewish Apocalyptists Glossary Index About the Contributors About the Series Editor and Advisers Volume III Foreword Series Foreword 1 Introduction 2 Snagged by the Seat of My Pants While Reading the Bible 3 Object Relations Theory and Mark 15:3339: Interpreting Ourselves Interpreting the Bible 4 The Parable and the Centered Self: Ericksons Confusion Technique as Hermeneutic for the Stories of Jesus 5 Coping with the Death of Jesus: The Gospels and the Theory of Grief Work 6 Reading Mark for the Pleasure of Fantasy 7 The Psychology of Johannine Symbolism 8 The Cognitive Origins of Johns Unitive and Disunitive Christology 9 A Psychodynamic Approach to 2 Corinthians 1013 10 Differentiation in the Family of Faith: The Prodigal Son and Galatians 12 11 Pauls Letter to the Galatians in Social-Psychological Perspective 12 Revelation 17: The Apocalypse as Psychic Drama 13 Psychological Aspects of Biblical Apocalypticism 14 The Bible and the Psychology of Shame 15 Biblical Imagery and Psychological Likeness 16 Psyche, Soul, and Self in Historical and Contemporary Perspective 17 Begotten, Not Created: The Gnostic Use of Language in Jungian Perspective Glossary Index About the Contributors About the Series Editor and Advisers Volume IV Foreword Series Foreword 1 Introduction 2 From Christ to Jesus: The Jesus Quest 3 Psychobiography: A New and Challenging Methodology in Jesus Research 4 A Psychobiography of Jesus 5 Jesus: A Psychological and Historical Portrait 6 Beyond Schweitzer and the Psychiatrists: Jesus as Fictive Personality 7 Jay Haleys Psychological Portrait of Jesus: A Power Tactician 8 Erik Eriksons Psychological Portrait of Jesus: Jesus as Numinous Presence 9 The Original Impulse of Jesus 10 Social Identity, Status Envy, and Jesus as Fatherless Child 11 A Way Forward in the Scientific Investigation of Gospel Traditions: Cognitive-Critical Analysis 12 The Myth of History and the Evolution of Consciousness: A Jesu