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Temperament and the Christian faith,

Author: Ole Hallesby
Publisher: Minneapolis, Augsburg Pub. House [1962]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ole Hallesby
ISBN: 0806616601 9780806616605
OCLC Number: 1407378
Notes: Translation of Temperamentene i kriselig lys, published in 1940.
Description: 106 pages 20 cm
Contents: I. Temperament --
II. The sanguine temperament : Characteristics ; Strengths : The sanguine person lives in the present ; Enters into the feelings of others, is tender and sympathetic, lives an abundant life. Weaknesses : The sanguine person is likely to be inconstant and superficial, is unreliable --
Hints for pastors and spiritual counselors --
Self-discipline of the sanguine. --
III. The melancholic temperament : Characteristics ; Strengths ; The melancholic person has a rich, sensitive nature ; Is deep and thorough ; Knows his own limitations ; Is faithful ; Is dependable. Weaknesses : The melancholic person is self-centered ; Is sensitive ; Is uncompromising ; Is hard to get along with ; Is pessimistic ; Is proud ; Has a passive nature ; Is impractical ; Is irresolute. Hints for pastors and spiritual counselors ; Self-discipline of the melancholic. --
IV. The choleric temperate : Characteristics ; Strengths : The choleric person has strong will power ; Has natural qualifications for building character ; Is practical ; Has a keen mind ; Is quick and bold in energies ; Is not dismayed by adversities. Weaknesses : The choleric person is hard ; Is impetuous and violent ; Is too self-confident ; Is haughty and domineering ; Is likely to be crafty ; Is revengeful ; Is dangerous as a criminal ; Has a prosaic nature. Hints for pastors and spiritual counselors ; The self-discipline of the choleric. --
V. The phlegmatic temperament : Strengths ; The phlegmatic person is good-natured ; Is calm and dependable ; Has a practical mind. Weaknesses : The phlegmatic person is slow ; Is lazy ; Is an opportunist ; Is indifferent about other ; Is supercilious. Hints for pastors and spiritual counselors ; Self-discipline of the phlegmatic. --
VI. The significance of the temperaments.
Responsibility: by O. Hallesby.

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