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Pastoral psychology; applied psychology in pastoral theology in America.

Author: William Goulooze
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, 1950.
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Goulooze, William, 1903-1955.
Pastoral psychology.
Grand Rapids, Baker Book House, 1950
(OCoLC)590112236
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Goulooze
OCLC Number: 1510446
Description: 266 pages, 24 cm
Contents: Part one: historical analysis of pastoral theology in relation to our time --
1. Our time of crisis --
The psychological crisis --
The crisis in applied psychology --
The social crisis --
The nervous tension crisis --
Pastoral psychology for the crisis --
2. Beginnings in pastoral theology, before 1850 --
The person of the pastor --
Experience and common sense method --
Systematic visitation --
Individual case study --
Pastoral counseling --
Biblical application --
3. Development in pastoral theology, 1850-1900 --
The person of the pastor --
Personal experience of the pastor --
Personal manners of the pastor --
Personal devotion of the pastor --
Organized Pastoral theology --
Pastoral visiting --
Systematic visitation --
Specified visitation --
Sick visitation --
Individual case study --
Importance of case study --
Examples of case study --
Classifications of individuals --
Pastoral counseling --
Counseling opportunities --
Counseling suggestions --
Applied Scripture --
Applied psychology --
Psychological understand of community --
Psychological understanding of human nature --
Psychological understanding of individuals --
4. Application in pastoral theology, 1900 to present --
The person of the pastor --
Knowledge of human nature --
Individual case study --
The sociological approach --
Pastoral counseling --
Part two: Research analysis concerning sickness, suffering, and sorrow in relation to pastoral psychology --
5. Questionnaire investigation of sickness, suffering and sorrow --
The first questionnaire --
The final questionnaire --
People who received the questionnaire --
6. Questionnaire returns on sickness, suffering and sorrow --
Experience reported --
Lessons learned from afflictions --
Choice selections of Scriptural and poetic help for the sick and suffering --
Recommendation of other afflicted people Part three: constructive analysis of pastoral psychology --
7. Coordination between pastoral theology and psychology --
Our times require it --
Pastoral theology needs psychology --
Obstacles in the way of proper coordination between pastoral theology and psychology --
Imperfect definitions of religion --
Imperfect conception of God --
Separation of pastoral theology and psychology --
Coordination between pastoral theology and psychology --
8. Conversion --
The biological interpretation of conversion --
Interpretation of the soul --
Biological-psychological-spiritual conversion --
9. Sickness, suffering and sorrow --
The importance of sickness, suffering, and sorrow --
Mental illness must be faced --
The reason for illness --
Attitudes of afflicted people --
Cultivation of mental, physical and spiritual hygiene --
10. Christian living --
The meaning of Christian living --
The place of the pragmatic in Christian living --
The importance of sex in Christian living --
Complete Christian living through personality development --
Part four: technique analysis of pastoral psychology --
11. Qualifications of the pastor --
The minister himself --
Seminary training --
Ministerial training --
12. Know life situations --
Emphasis in pastoral theology --
Individual life situations --
Group study --
13. Systematic counseling --
Significance in pastoral theology --
Benefits of psychology for pastoral counseling --
District advantages of the minister as counselor --
A protestant conference --
Systematic family visitation --
Systematic use of Scripture --
14. Minister and doctor --
Emphasis in pastoral theology --
Cooperation between doctor and minister --
The duty of the physician in this cooperation --
The duty of the pastor in this cooperation --
He must develop the proper attitude --
The minister must overcome the preaching complex --
The minister must not pose as a psychiatrist --
The minister must have proper bearing --
The minister must have purposed conversation --
15. Commissioned spiritual ambassadors --
The minister must know God through Christ --
The minister must know God Himself --
The minister must know his commission.

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