Pastoral Diagnosis: A Resource for Ministries of Care and Counseling
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Release Date: Wednesday, November 25, 1998
Format: Paperback, 232 pages 5.5 x 8.5 inches
Publisher: Fortress Press
Item No: ED001796
Table of Contents
Pastoral Diagnosis is the first book-length analysis of
pastoral assessment of parishioners' presenting problems to be
published in the last two decades. In her pioneering book Ramsay
seeks to (1) retrieve the theological and ethical foundations of the
Judeo-Christian tradition for pastoral care; (2) develop lines of
communication between pastoral theology and the other disciplines of
theology; (3) create an ecumenical
dialogue on pastoral care; and (4) move beyond the current
preoccupation with secular psychotherapy and
the other social sciences.
Chapter 1 -- Diagnosis: Defining the Terms and Issues
Chapter 2 -- Pastoral Diagnosis: Defining the Issues
Chapter 3 -- Pastoral Identity: A Resource or Diagnosis
Chapter 4 -- Pastoral Authority: Images of Strength in Behalf of Empowerment
Chapter 5 -- Pastoral Authority: Structural and Symbolic Dimensions
Chapter 6 -- A Story of Freedom's Corruption: Sin as a Response to the Human Condition
Chapter 7 -- Freedom for Love: A Relational Ethic
Chapter 8 -- Pastoral Diagnosis: Powerful Knowledge
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