The Rise, Decline, and Recovery of the Human Soul
Fall 2013 CCT Pastors' Luncheon
Monday, November 25, noon — 2 p.m.
- Andrews Banquet Room, Biola University
Free lunch and admission for Southern California clergy, church leaders, and seminarians.
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rachel [dot] dee [at] biola [dot] edu
We have Christian psychologists but we arguably do not yet have a Christian psychology. Such a psychology will require a Christian understanding of the personal to integrate the dimensions of the human psyche, but to appreciate this requires an archeological method, turning to history to see how the soul has been understood, past and present. This will allow us to recover, even in our modern age, a sense of the soul's entelechy, that is, its divine origin and destiny.
Join James Houston (Emeritus Professor of Spiritual Theology, Regent College) for a discussion of the human self or psyche, and the importance of developing a spiritual theology of the human person. Moderated by Bruce Hindmarsh (James M. Houston Professor of Spiritual Theology, Regent College).