These books by Dr. John H. Morgan are available from the GTF.
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BOOKS NOT ON THIS LIST may be purchased from one of these used book sources:
AFTER THE CALL: The Structural and Functional Analysis of the Ministry Profession
BEGINNING WITH FREUD: The Classical Schools of Psychotherapy
BEING HUMAN: Perspectives on Meaning and Interpretation
BEYOND DIVINE INTERVENTION: The Biology of Right and Wrong
CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE:
The Psychoanalytic Theories Of Karen Horney, Melanie Klein, and Anna Freud
CLINICAL PSYCHOTHERAPY: A History of Theory and Practice (2nd Edition)
CLINICAL PASTORAL PSYCHOTHERAPY: A Practitioner’s Handbook
(Expanded 2nd Edition)
AN ENCYCLOPEDIC DICTIONARY OF INTERPERSONAL PSYCHOTHERAPY:
Concepts and Terms
Essays in Clinical Practice and Counseling Psychology
IN THE ABSENCE OF GOD: Religious Humanism as Spiritual Journey
“IN THE BEGINNING…”: The Paleolithic Origins of Religious Consciousness
THE MORGAN READER: A Compendium of Scholarly Papers in Psychology and Religion
____$20.00 (PDF only and this is available in the U.S.)
NATURALLY GOOD: A Behavioral History of Moral Development (2nd Edition)
POST-BIBLICAL RELIGION: Essays in Secular Spirituality
PRIVATE PRACTICE: A Guide for Clergy Considering a Counseling Career
PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION: A Commentary on the Classic Texts
PSYCHOPATHOLOGY: A Clinical Guide to Personality Disorders
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: The Writing Formula for Academic Papers
UNDERSTANDING OURSELVES: Essays in the History & Philosophy of the Social Sciences
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: The Terminal A.B.D. Phenomenon in Higher Education