Adversity happens. Some people display resiliency and manage to bounce back from their trials. Still others actually grow from their trials. How can this be? Lynn Underwood writes on post-traumatic growth.
Some evil wreaks suffering and trauma beyond words. Bethany Haley Williams, Ph.D., shares how the power of artistic expression can open channels of healing even in such devastation.
It’s so hard to admit that we might be wrong, especially when we have so much invested in being right. This was on display in the Netflix documentary series, Making a Murderer. Kyle Roberts reflects on attorney Dean Strang's post-trial comments on "the tragic lack of humility" in the criminal justice system. He views the Steven Avery trial as a case study through the lens of the recently re-released book, Mistakes Were Made (but Not by Me).
What is the nature and spiritual effect of sin? And how can a spiritual psychology of sin contribute to human growth and sanctification? How might we understand our signature sins: Lust, Greed, Sloth, and Fear?
From sundown on May 4 to sundown on May 5, we celebrate Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah). Out of respect and remembrance for the millions and millions of imagebearers lost during the Holocaust, psychologist Andrew Tix reflects on the psychological factors that went into Christian violence, absence, silence and overall abject failure of love during the Holocaust.
"[H]as the field of psychology developed an understanding of human functioning that is distinct from that revealed to us in Scripture? The answer is a resounding Yes." Psychologist James Beck comments on the value of psychology to Christian spirituality.
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