THE STRANGER INSIDE YOU by Edward V. Stein

THE STRANGER INSIDE YOU

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This volume falls within the field of the psychology of personality, with a strong Christian interpretation. The author writes, apparently, from considerable experience in counselling, and is conversant with the literature in this field. The aspects of Christian personality treated are indicated by the chapters: The I in Everyman (the search for personal identity); The Stranger Inside (the unconscious aspects of the person); So You Had a Mother; Your Private Tiger (handling aggression); Epitaph for a Conscience (ethics today); and Is God So Dead? The organization is clear and the style readable. Case studies are presented often as illustration. This is a sound and helpful book, both for those engaged in pastoral counseling, and for those interested in self-study.

Pub Date: April 12th, 1965
Publisher: Westminster