Mental health

Toward a Theology of Mental Health and Wholeness (2)

This journey began by looking at creation and what the intention of God was, from the beginning, for us. It is

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Forgiveness and understanding

This came up in a group the other day. The client was struggling to forgive but decided they needed the

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I’ve always known I was fundamentally flawed

It’s true, I have always been painfully aware that my personality is fundamentally flawed. In response to this I spent

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Christianity and Mental Health: Have We Lost Our Faith?

Continuing my recent theme of Christianity and therapy (Here, here and here) I noticed a relevant article the Christian Post

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A few good links

I’m in the habit of posting a few links I found interesting, normally on a Monday. I try for an

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Christianity: A form of therapy or a radical alternative? – A response

I wanted to briefly respond to Edmund Standing’s excellent post: Christianity: A form of therapy or a radical alternative? Let

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73% Of Evangelical Leaders Support Stricter Gun Laws

I have to admit that as an Englishman I find the issue of firearm ownership in the U.S. baffling. All this talk

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Are the ‘Spiritual but not religious’ mad?

I’m aware that we can’t extrapolate the findings of a UK study, but thought this may be of interest nonetheless: