CLINICAL THEOLOGY, A theological and psychiatric basis to clinical pastoral care, by Frank Lake

Publisher, Darton Longman & Todd, London, 1966.

Hardback with dust-jacket, pp. xxx + 1282 plus charts in pocket of rear cover.
Bound in green buckram with gilt lettering on black label to spine. DJ showing some signs of ageing.
Condition, Used – Good, DJ is in protective sleeve, cover is in good solid condition, the text-block is clean, tight and free of notes, foxing and highlights.

Frank Lake, M.B., M.R.C. Psych., D.P.M., was one of the pioneers of Pastoral Counselling in the U.K. He founded the Clinical Theology Association in 1962 and remained its guiding spirit up until his death in 1982. Its primary aim was to make clergy more effective in bringing the healing power of the gospel to bear on troubled minds, by helping them to understand and accept the psychological origins of their parishioners’ personal difficulties.

£48.00

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Weight2.058 kg
Dimensions26 × 7.5 × 17 cm

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