Relationships and Emotions After Christendom:
Practical Help for Constructive Relationships
What insights might we draw on to nurture our emotional life and to guide our conduct of social relationships? Jeremy Thomson works with fields as diverse as biblical studies and neuroscience to answer this question. He recognizes that attitudes and habits practised in private frequently colour decisions and behaviour in public life. He is concerned with integrity, especially for disciples of Jesus; finding it much easier to speak about God than to care for a neighbour is a form of taking God's name in vain. He interweaves rich theological and psychological discussion with suggestions for personal reflection and practical outworking.
Includes chapter discussion questions.
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