Sacred Spaces - Volume 7 - 2015
A Founding Editor: James Hyde
Kathleen Greider, Ph.D.; Horace Griffin, Ph.D.; Jaco Hamman, Ph.D.
Bill Harkins, Ph.D; William Schmidt, Ph.D.; Elizabeth Walker, Th.D.;
Bruce Vaughn, Ph.D.
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Volume 7 - 2015
This issue provides articles from pastoral theologians and counselors who have spent considerable time and thought trying to integrate neuroscience research and pastoral practice. Their pioneering work represents the field's initial steps toward making use of the insights of brain science for pastoral care and counseling.
Thanks to Jason Whitehead, Ph.D., who served as guest editor for this issue. Thanks also to all the contributors for their hard work and insights. I wish to extend a special thanks to Dr. Cody Sanders, Pastor of Old Cambridge Baptist Church in Harvard Square, who has agreed to serve as co-editor for the next four years.
Ryan LaMothe, Editor, Sacred Spaces: The E-Journal of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors
A Note from the Editor - Ryan LaMothe
Guest Editor Introduction - Jason Whitehead
"The Physical Nature of Christian Life: Neuroscience, Psychology and the Church" - Warren Brown/Brad Strawn
"Neuroscience can Contribute to Pastoral Care" - Pat McNamara
"Of Unequal Temperament: What Neuroscience Suggests about Pastoral Care with Artists" - Laura Rosser Kreiselmaier
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