Biblical Inner Healing is a Biblical response to secular psychology, describing the Biblical worldview, its contrast with secular and pagan worldviews, and how one's worldview determines the possiblity for radical healing of the self. It includes the following central themes: 1. The meaning of emotional health, how we are damaged, and how to become whole. 2. How wholeness and holiness are complementary and overlapping. 3. The place of freewill in human psychology. 4. The role our relation to God plays in wholeness and holiness. 5. The complementarity between orthodox Biblical religion and science. 6. An explanation of the unconscious. 7. The legitimate Biblical use of the imagination to set one free from emotional bondage, distinguished from secular or pagan modes. 8. The necessary place of repentence and moral discipline in healing. 9. How inner healing is a way of life, not only a program, to be taught at all levels of Christian education. 10. The role of intellectual honesty in maturing and healing, and the place of Biblical authority in the process.
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