A Practical Handbook for Ministry: From the Writings of Wayne E. Oates

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Thomas W. Chapman
Westminster John Knox Press, 1 Φεβ 1999 - 540 σελίδες

For years, the many books of Wayne Oates have served as invaluable field manuals for ministers and seminarians. Here, for the first time in one volume and by a minister who studied with him, are selected chapters from this distinguished author's fundamental works. This helpful new book reflects Oates's wisdom, clinical insight, and exhaustive search for scriptural understanding.

 

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The Power of Spiritual Language in SelfUnderstanding
3
The Identity and Integrity of the Pastor
16
The Levels of Pastoral Care
42
The Professional and the Charismatic
63
A Pathology of Religious Leadership
99
The Anxiety Reactions of the Morally Indifferent
115
The Restless and the Greedy
129
A Spiritual Struggle
137
Anger Suffering and the Revelation of God
269
The Holy Spirit as Counselor
275
What Makes Counseling Pastoral?
291
Pastoral Counseling as SelfEncounter
304
The Time Element in Pastoral Counseling
322
The Deeper Levels of Pastoral Care
335
Some Indications and Contraindications
366
The Religious Care of the Depressed Patient
379

The Rights of Infants
151
On Meeting Teachers and Schoolmates
159
The Bible in the Pastoral Care of Children
170
The Nuclear Family and the Larger Family of Mankind
181
It Takes One to Catch One
213
The Workaholic on the Job
221
The Religion of the Workaholic
231
The Symbolic Use of the Bible
245
Purposeful Suffering
255
The Struggle for Maturity
261
Idolatry and Sick Religion
403
Pastoral Counseling and the Prophetic Task
417
Religious Factors in Mental Illness
434
Grieving but Staying Well
451
Spiritual Concerns of the Pain Patient
457
To Be Free from Pack Thinking
471
The Gift of God in Christ
484
Epilogue
503
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Wayne E. Oates was Senior Research Professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Oates was interested in the relationship between theology and psychiatry, and wrote over fifty books on this subject before his death in 1999.

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