A Psycho-Theological Exploration of New Testament Concepts
by E. Basil Jackson
This book makes a detailed examination of various concepts related to both psychology and theology utilizing both secular and religious sources. Using available classical literature and the Greek New Testament, Dr. Jackson makes comparisons with Hebrew and Old Testament references in an interpretive exploration of psychological and theological concepts. He makes a conscious effort to formulate a concept of soul which is both psychologically and theologically meaningful. This work is a significant contribution to both integrative and interpretive theology with informational value for individuals working in the systematic structure of theories concerning the relation of conscious and unconscious psychological processes. Also, those working in the field of religion will find the book an enlightening read.