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Integration of Behavioral Sciences and Theology: A Systematic-Relational Approach is an introduction to the subject of the nature of the relationship between the behavioral sciences and theology. It examines the history of the field and offers an overview of the models of integration currently in use. It calls for a systematic and relational approach to the subject that defines integration as the placing of behavioral sciences and theology into proper relationship. This is accomplished by comparing the epistemologies and worldviews of the behavioral sciences and theology. It is co-authored with Nathan P. Lewis.
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Toward a Christian Marriage addresses the need for re-establishing Christian households in pluristic America. It contrasts the secular cultural notion of marriage that developed in the twentieth century with the Biblically based form that is the found in the Judeo-Christian scriptures. It explains the foundations of marriage and family roles, the lifecycle od relationships from dating to death, and the process of marital adjustment.
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The Christian community in America faces for the first time the challenge of being a minority. The society is secular and pluralistic. Christian nationalism is unlikely to win a hearing in this post-Christian America. We need to establish a Diaspora mindset and the Christian institutions to go with it. This means that we start with the primary institutions of household (Marriage and Family) and the congregation establishing clear versions of these to meet the needs of ourselves, our children, and our conversts. Then, as needed, we must establish secondary institutions that will meet the needs of the larger Christian community. This book is a call for us to re-think this for ourselves and our children.
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This short catechism is based on the understanding that the split between Judaism and Christianity was not the full intention of God. It does not ignore or deny the split or the important differences between these two traditions. However, it recognizes that God's intent is to unite the two without Judaizing the Gentile not assimilate the Jew within the Body of the Messiah.
This Catechism gives a basic understanding of Judeo-Christianity which assists the Judeo-Christian and the Messianic Jew to understand their common faith within their distinct identities.
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