The Integration of Christianity and Psychology
— PSYC 305 (3)
This seminar course is designed to assist students of psychology in examining the interface between their Christian faith and the academic discipline of psychology. Various views of the integration effort are examined, including levels-of-explanation, faith-praxis integration, Christian psychology and biblical counselling views. In addition, differences in the integration effort as it relates to different subfields within psychology (e.g., the differences between studying neuropsychology and theories of personality or clinical psychology) are also discussed. Prerequisites: PSYC 101, 102.
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