Revisiting a Field of Dreams: Looking Back with Appreciation and Forward with Anticipation
Rosemead School of Psychology
Integration is described in terms of paradox, whereby the reality of tensions, though uncomfortable, is celebrated and through which creative solutions are sometimes achieved. It is suggested those interested in integrating psychology and theology have learned to accept and value the paradox that integration entails different, and sometimes competing, perspectives. The integration enterprise will move forward as Christian psychologists both critically evaluate and constructively engage our differences. A number of signs that the integration of psychology and theology is maturing along these lines is offered.
Integration (Theory of knowledge);
Journal of Psychology and Theology
DOI of Published Version
Hill, Peter C., "Revisiting a Field of Dreams: Looking Back with Appreciation and Forward with Anticipation" (2012). Faculty Articles & Research. 587.