Mark Mcminn's Psychology, Theology, And Spirituality

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Summary In the book, Psychology, Theology, and Spirituality, Mark McMinn commences by providing the groundwork for the Christian worldview about counseling. He indicates that the book is crucial for individuals interested in looking into the aspect of intra-disciplinary integration (McMinn, 1996). In his exploration of the intra-disciplinary integration frontier, McMinn (1996) focuses on the challenges that Christian counselors face in their practice. As McMinn (1996) discusses the aspect of integration, he disregards religious interventions as well as foundational perspectives, indicating that they might not apply to the identified frontier. An individual’s spiritual discipline and his or her theological and biblical foundations are essential

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