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eBook Compass Psychotheology: Where Psychology  Theology Really Meet ePub
Author: Dr. Dan And Kate Montgomery
Language: English
ISBN: 1847281788
ISBN13: 978-1847281784
Publisher: Compass Works (February 17, 2016)
Pages: 280
Subcategory: Christians
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 465
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ePub file: 1331 kb
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Dan and Kate Montgomery do not attempt to integrate psychology and theology by beginning with a state of disintegration and then attempting to create a synthesis or a state of collaboration between the two disciplines

Dan and Kate Montgomery do not attempt to integrate psychology and theology by beginning with a state of disintegration and then attempting to create a synthesis or a state of collaboration between the two disciplines. Rather, Compass Psychotheology begins with a model of human wholism based on the ontological intimacy that God intended by endowing humans with personal being that reflects the divine image.

Dr Theologian Gabriel Fackre writes: "Thank you, Dan and Kate Montgomery, for this remarkable mating of theology and psychology.

Theologian Gabriel Fackre writes: "Thank you, Dan and Kate Montgomery, for this remarkable mating of theology and psychology.

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For more, read: Compass Psychotheology: Where Psychology & Theology Really Meet. Compass psychotheology offers a bridge-building theory that brings together therapeutic psychology with Trinitarian biblical theology. Seeing Christianity through the Compass lens provides insight into contemporary trends within the Christian faith. This insight may facilitate healing where there is presently disturbance and divisiveness.

Dr Theologian Gabriel Fackre writes: Thank you, Dan and Kate Montgomery, for this remarkable mating of theology and psychology.

Theologian Gabriel Fackre writes: Thank you, Dan and Kate Montgomery, for this remarkable mating of theology and psychology.

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Compass Psychotheology. Dan Montgomery, Kate Montgomery. Published July 17, 2006 by Compass Works. Dan and Kate Montgomery's Compass model offers a Christian personality theory that facilitates personal transformation while increasing intimacy with God and others. Fuller Seminary's Senior Professor of Theology and Ministry, Dr. Ray S. Anderson, writes: "Compass Psychotheology is stunning and stimulating.

Praised by professors at Yale, Fuller, Gordon-Conwell, Garrett-Evangelical, University of Dubuque, and Dallas theological seminaries, the Self CompassÆ growth tool produces personality transformation, strengthens relationships, and increases intimacy with God.

Dr. Dan and Kate Montgomery's masterwork on integrating psychology and theology has practical application in the fields of pastoral ministry, counseling, personality theory, and discipleship. Praised by professors at Yale, Fuller, Gordon-Conwell, Garrett-Evangelical, University of Dubuque, Andover Newton, and Dallas theological seminaries, the Self Compass® growth tool produces personality transformation, strengthens relationships, and increases intimacy with God. Dr. Ray Anderson calls the book "stunning and stimulating; recommended as required reading here at Fuller Theological Seminary." Theologian Gabriel Fackre writes: "Thank you, Dan and Kate Montgomery, for this remarkable mating of theology and psychology."
Kaim
Compass Psychotheology offers a creative perspective on how psychology and theology are interactive partners in understanding human nature, its vulnerabilities and the possibilities for transformation. The book is firmly rooted in Trinitarian orthodoxy, as well as solid psychological research. There is a balanced use of Old and New Testament Scripture that takes seriously sin, Christ's atonement, and the role of the Holy Spirit in healing and guiding individuals. As such, the book will have special relevance to both pastors and lay people.

The Montgomerys offer a systematic analysis of "personality patterns" that illuminate DSM descriptions of personality disorders. The colorful examples show how these patterns apply to everyone. We discover the pattern's interior, its origins, cognitive self-talk, emotional dynamics, and impact on others, as well as its way of relating to God. These insights provide invaluable tools for people who want to grow psychologically and spiritually.

The Compass Model is also applied toward understanding how various factions within Christianity can move toward unity in Christ. There are innovative insights into the tensions between fundamentalist and liberal, evangelical and charismatic perspectives. All can use the Compass Model to facilitate growth toward individual wholeness and edifying communities.
Buzalas
This book has very valuable material about knowing yourself, understanding others, and developing a personal relationship with God. There are other books out there on personality, but this one has the Compass Model at its core, which makes it easy to remember and apply in daily life. Another thing I like is the emphasis on personality and relationship health as a background for understanding what happens when a rigid pattern takes over your life. I think the book is a natural for both self-help and for church groups that emphasize interpersonal relationships, including the relationship with Christ.

I can see pastors from every denomination benefiting from compass insights that show how to heal individuals or couples who seek pastoral counseling. And there is enough sound exegesis of Scripture to strengthen pastors in the area of pastoral theology and sermon preparation.

Though at times the book gets technical and intellectually challenging, on the whole Dan and Kate Montgomery's writing style flows in a linear development of thoughts that proceeds comfortably. There is no way to take in the richness of information in one reading, so you can think of this as a resource that will last for years.
Kagrel
Dan and Kate Montgomery do not attempt to integrate psychology and theology by beginning with a state of disintegration and then attempting to create a synthesis or a state of collaboration between the two disciplines. Rather, Compass Psychotheology begins with a model of human wholism based on the ontological intimacy that God intended by endowing humans with personal being that reflects the divine image.

In their Self Compass model, a comprehensive view of personality disorders, both psychological and spiritual, are shown to have a common source in defection from an original state of wholeness. Spiritual growth and psychological health result from a rhythm of being and becoming.

This is a stunning and stimulating contribution to the literature on integration. I recommend it as required reading for integration courses here at Fuller Seminary.

Ray S. Anderson, Ph.D., Senior Professor of Theology and Ministry.
Darkshaper
Dr. Montgomery's new book explaining his Compass Theory is one of the only books I've read that gives both sound pyschological theory with deeply rooted faith growth equal ground. This book doesn't just attempt to layer piety over problems, but helps the reader (and the counselor) see how spiritual and emotional problems are intricately entwined. Striking a useful balance between theory and practicality, this book is well worth a read if you want to not just understand your behavior and the behavior of those around you, but develop methods that actually create life-long change.
Ndyardin
Dr. Dan and Kate Montgomery plant their feet firmly in the soil of Trinitarian Christianity and out comes a model that is, from a theological viewpoint, rock solid. They show Jesus in humanity without compromising an ounce of Deity. How often have we told others to be 'like Jesus', but outside of praying, witnessing, fellowshipping, and reading more Scripture we felt a little clueless on how to lead people? Compass Psychotheology brings it home. If you want to grow and teach others to do the same, don't go another day without this book! Raymond D. Anderson, Ph.D., M.Th, LPCC, LADAC
Winotterin
What a farce this book is.
Christianity and Psychology are oxymorons. Psychology is the study of the Psyche; aka, the study of the sould. It was developed by MAN, not God, as a way to supplant God and HIS way of dealing with the soul.
You can deny this if you want, but for over 2000 years, psychology did NOT even exist ....... so what did man do? Did he just wander around aimlessly with his soul unknown; or did he have no problems of the soul that needed no treatment; or, did man all of the sudden develop all of these "disorders" needing treatment by self proclaimed doctors of the soul?
Man has ALWAYS had the problems that they have now. They are problems of sin. Oh, I'm sorry, I've just hurt the sensibilities of many people out there, I have judged them ...... no, God has judged all of us, but we don't want to hear about it. We just want to have "disorders" that we can pay some "professional" a bunch of money to make us feel better about ourselves. After all it is not our fault. We can't help ourselves.
Folks, theology can not, God can not, be mixed with man's wisdom, which in this case is psychology. God has told us, and proved to us time and again, that he and the Son He sent is sufficient for ALL THINGS OF LIFE ....... PERIOD.
Heed God's love and plan for ALL of us, IF you accept who and what He is.
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