The Depleted Self: Sin in a Narcissistic Age

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Fortress Press, 01/01/1993 - 176 páginas
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Although narcissism may appear dormant in the 1990s, clinical research on narcissism shows that behind a grandiose, exhibitionistic side lies a shame-ridden half of self-loathing, unworthiness, and depression. Capps says that traditional theologies of guilt are unable to address those gripped by shame and makes a case for a different pastoral approach in counseling and ministry.
 

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In writing this book, Dr. Capps hoped to enlighten the "theological community" about narcissism (4). He starts out by discussing sin and suggests a "reformulation" of the theology of sin because the ... Ler crítica na íntegra

Índice

Whatever Became of Sin?
xvi
The Narcissistic Self
11
The Deadliest Sins of Our Narcissistic Age
39
Sin in a ShameBased Theology
71
Expressive Individualism as Scapegoat
101
The Making of the Depleted Self
127
Countering the Jonah Complex
147
Index
171
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