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Kerygma and counseling; toward a covenant ontology for secular psychotherapy.

Author: Thomas C Oden
Publisher: Philadelphia, Westminster [©1966]
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Named Person: Carl R Rogers; Karl Barth; Karl Barth; Carl R Rogers; Karl Barth; Carl R Rogers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas C Oden
OCLC Number: 620376
Description: 186 pages
Contents: I. The implicit assumption of effective --
Psychotherapy --
1. Sharpening the question --
2. The ontology of acceptance --
3. Preaching and counseling --
4. Theological method and psychotherapeutic aims --
5. Psychoanalysis and other therapies --
6. Therapy as self-disclosure --
II. The implicit proclamation of the Kerygma --
1. Incarnation, empathy, and self-understanding --
2. Divine congruence, therapeutic congruence, and self-identity --
3. Forgiveness, acceptance, and self-acceptance --
4. Grace, permissiveness, and self-direction --
5. Diving love, unconditional positive regard, and love of others --
III. The theology of Carl Rogers --
1. Sin --
2. Redemption --
3. Authenticity --
4. Concluding critique --
IV. Barth's doctrine of analogy --
1. Defining and limiting the analogy of faith --
2. Can the analogy be applied to therapy? --
3. A critique of natural analogies --
4. The Catholic tradition of analogia entis --
5. Process analogies --
6. A stern word on worldly dialogue --
V. Kerygma and therapeia --
1. Therapeia as attentive, caring service --
2. Kerygma and the healing event --
3. The comfort of God --
4. The quest for Christ in psychotherapy.

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