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Author: Neil Pembroke
ISBN13: 978-0789033666
Title: Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity: Psychological, Contemplative, and Moral Challenges in Christian Living
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Language: English
Category: Christian Living
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 3, 2007)
Pages: 198

Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity: Psychological, Contemplative, and Moral Challenges in Christian Living by Neil Pembroke



Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity discusses in detail the challenges one must face, including the sustained, in-depth, and faithful attention to psychological wholeness, conversion to the true self, and interpersonal and social responsibility. Effective strategies are given through example and personal story, making understanding of the principles easier. This reflection on Christian maturity helps readers to focus directly on the personal issues all must face when attuning to the Spirit of Christ. Topics in Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity include:, reforming the wayward self.

Three 'windows' to spiritual maturity. How can a faithful Christian avoid stagnating in their spiritual development Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity: Psychological, Contemplative, and Moral Challenges in Christian Living explores effective ways in which Christian discipleship can grow in spiritual maturity. This thoughtful, integrative roadmap explains the journey through three interrelated perspectives, or 'windows,' psychotherapeutic psychology, prayer and contemplation, and moral theology

Three 'windows' to spiritual maturity. This thoughtful, integrative roadmap explains the journey through three interrelated perspectives, or 'windows,' psychotherapeutic psychology, prayer and contemplation, and moral theology

book by Neil Pembroke. Pembroke examines Christian maturity from three interrelated perspectives; psychotherapeutic psychology, prayer and contemplation, and moral theology. He focuses on the challenge of growing into spiritual maturity through psychological wholeness, the conversion to the true self and interpersonal and social responsibility.

Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity: Psychological, Contemplative, and Moral Challenges in Christian Living explores effective ways in which Christian discipleship can grow in spiritual maturity. This thoughtful, integrative roadmap explains the journey through three interrelated perspectives, or ’windows,’ psychotherapeutic psychology, prayer and contemplation, and moral theology. The author uses numerous examples from everyday life to make the reflections interesting and practical.

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Toward Maturity - Online Bible College. While the OBC faculty does not necessarily agree with all of Garry Friesen's conclusions in Decision. Friesen's Wisdom View are included in this lesson. Dr. Neil Pembroke is a Senior Lecturer in the School of History, Philosophy, Religion and Classics at the University of Queensland, and has published widely in the fields of pastoral theology, psychology and personal development, and spirituality. Let me begin with a brief story. A little while ago I visited Neil and his wife, Janelle, for.

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Pembroke, Neil Moving toward spiritual maturity: Psychological, contemplative, and moral challenges in Christian living. Haworth Pastoral Press, 2007. Renewing Pastoral Practice: Trinitarian Perspectives on Pastoral Care and Counselling. Pembroke, N. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2006. Working relationships : Spirituality in human service and organisational life.

Three ’windows’ to spiritual maturity How can a faithful Christian avoid stagnating in their spiritual development? Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity: Psychological, Contemplative, and Moral Challenges in Christian Living explores effective ways in which Christian discipleship can grow in spiritual maturity. This thoughtful, integrative roadmap explains the journey through three interrelated perspectives, or ’windows,’ psychotherapeutic psychology, prayer and contemplation, and moral theology. The author uses numerous examples from everyday life to make the reflections interesting and practical. Unlike other books on Christian spirituality, this book is more challenging and sophisticated in its depth of thought. Spiritual maturity is a process that begins when a person accepts Jesus Christ as Savior, and progresses ongoing through a Christian’s life. Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity discusses in detail the challenges one must face, including the sustained, in-depth, and faithful attention to psychological wholeness, conversion to the true self, and interpersonal and social responsibility. Effective strategies are given through example and personal story, making understanding of the principles easier. This reflection on Christian maturity helps readers to focus directly on the personal issues all must face when attuning to the Spirit of Christ. Topics in Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity include: reforming the wayward self moral or guilt-based perfectionism achievement or shame-based perfectionism the two types of conversion responsibility and accountability agape and the loving of oneself three virtues at the heart of the responsible life—integrity, courage, and compassion virtues as habits the relationship between personal fulfillment and the Christian vocation Moving Toward Spiritual Maturity is a unique look at the path toward spiritual maturity, and is challenging, thoughtful reading for laypersons, ministers, priests, and theological students.