A panel of six psychologists respond to questions from their audience regarding their arguments. The panelists focus on the integration of the physical and spiritual aspects of a person in psychological therapy and consider the ways that the Bible can contribute to this end.
About the Authors
William B. Hurlbut, MD, is an Adjunct Professor of Neurobiology at the Stanford Medical School. He also completed postdoctoral studies in theology and medical ethics.
Brad D. Strawn (PhD Fuller Theological Seminary) is Evelyn and Frank Freed Professor of the Integration of Psychology and Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary's School of Psychology. He specializes in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, clinical psychology, and the integration of psychology and theology.
Nancy Duvall (Ph.D., University of North Carolina) is Professor of Psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology and the Institute for Spiritual Formation at Biola University. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and was formerly the director of the Rosemead Counseling Center. Her clinical and research interests include adult therapy in psychodynamic modality and integration of psychotherapy and spirituality, specifically on issues pertaining to the soul and the self. She currently teaches courses on Mindfulness, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Perspectives on the Self. Nancy is also a contributing editor for The Journal of Psychology and Theology.
Nancy's CCT project is entitled, "Reframing and Reclaiming the Soul: Lessons and Non-lessons from Neuroscience."
Gregg Ten Elshof has a M.A. in Philosophy from Talbot School of Theology and a Ph.D. in Philosophy from University of Southern California. He is currently Professor of Philosophy at Biola University in La Mirada, CA.