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Author: Earle H. Williams II
ISBN: 0970054009
Language: English
Pages: 109 pages
Publisher: Earle Williams (October 1, 2000)
Rating: 4.7
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Bridging the Gap; How to Think More Spiritually to Solve Everyday Problems. by Earle . II Williams. Published October 1, 2000 by Earle Williams

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Psychology from Scripture is a unique blend of science and Christianity. This work points out how many psychological theories are compatable with and often supported in the Bible. This book consists of three chapters. The first chapter deals with the relationship between psychology and spiritual warfare. The second chapter deals with the relationship between the mind and the soul, goal setting and how to improve self-esteem. Chapter three deals with romantic relationships. Specifically, how to tell the difference between a "short-term recreational relationship" and a "long-term marriage relationship", what love is and is not and how to keep a marriage going well. The last chapter teaches one spiritual relaxation. That is, how to bring your problems to the Lord and leave them there.
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Zahisan
Dr. williamsPsychology from Scripture : Bridging the Gap; How to Think More Spiritually to Solve Everyday Problems
We have a Gem here, written by Dr.Earle H Williams II! It allows one to expand beyond the traditional separation of Psychology and the Bible. It is an endearing read which prods your "Individual Spiritual Composition of Beliefs ". It is not only for Christians, it is my feeling that you may substitute your own Higher power.
This collective verses of scriptures and how they may and have been utilized as a powerful clinical treatment medium have been exemplified.
As Founder and primary clinician of PASSAGES TO DISCOVERY AND DEVELOPMENT, Inc.,since 1982; Framingham, MA. we use all of the alternative therapies as well as the traditional therapies for positive results for our Clients.
I hope there is more to come, as we have been tempted by the waters of this refreshing stream...We have been awakened to a quest for quenching our greater thirst.
Thank You, Dr Williams!

Dr. Yvette Lockhart- Bembery
Pastoral, Health,Sport Psychology
Non-Denominational Theologian
Lestony
Psychology from Scripture: Bridging the Gap is highly informative and inspirational. It provides guidance and direction in understanding the Bible and applying it to everyday life. This book should be used as an educational tool, guide for Bible study and text for courses that focus on psychology and religion. It provokes introspection and examination of existential and philosophical questions, thereby generating healthy discussions. Dr. Earl Williams has an engaging style that combines a sound positive approach with practical applications.

Dr. Darlene Powell Garlington
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Certified School Psychologist
Published Author
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James E. Brockington, Jr., MA (Community/Clinical Psychology) Director of Mental Health Services in an institutional Therapeutic Community setting for incarcerated substance abusers.
Psychology from Scripture: Bridging the Gap is that one resource that you must have in your back pocket! Dr. Williams' integration and incorporation of spirituality into the methods of intervention and critical thoughts are laudable and exacting. His efforts to create a "reader-friendly and reader-sensitive" publication have been most successful. I would sincerely hope that Psychology from Scripture: Bridging the Gap becomes a permanent volume on every concerned and committed individual's bookshelf. This is a must have publication and a lifestyle enhancement vehicle. Do read it!!!
Todal
Psychology from Scripture made me think of the scripture that says "...but be transformed by the renewing of your mind." Dr. Williams' writings help us to walk through the process of renewal. He shows how the science of psychology gets its real power from the scriptural principles of God. Psychology from Scripture helps to identify problems as well as ways to solve them. You do not have to be a theologian or a psychologist to gain from reading this book. An eye-opening and encouraging read!
Vozuru
Psychology From Scripture is a very enlightening work that allows the reader to not only see but understand how psychology affects the life of the believer.
Thohelm
Psychology from Scripture Bridging the Gap has had a tremendous impact on my life. Before reading I was in a state of depression and just feeling like my life wasn't going anywhere. I had been getting horrible sleep, constantly haveing nightmares and my love life was not doing to good either. The skills and lessons this book offers has allowed me to live a more spiritually enriched life.