1976. 'View from the lion’s den: Integrating psychology and Christianity in the secular university classroom.' Christian Scholar’s Review 5: 364-373.
1978. 'The behaviourist bandwagon and the body of Christ.' Crux 14 (1): 3-28.
1982. 'The unfulfilled apprenticeship of North American psychology.' Christian Scholar’s Review 11 (4):291-315.
1982. The Sorcerer's Apprentice: A Christian Looks at the Changing Face of Psychology, (InterVarsity Press).
1984. 'The female reconstructs psychology.' Journal of Psychology and Christianity 3 (2): 20-32.
1985. The Person in Psychology: A Contemporary Christian Appraisal (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans)
Contents 1. Psychology in a Postmodern Age. 2. Non-western Psychologies from Ancient Times. 3. Ancient Greek Psychologies: Man as the Measure of All Things. 4. The Biblical Drama & the Meaning of Personhood. 5. Psychologists & Psychology's Paradigm. 6. Psychology & the Brain-Mind Debate. 7. Behavioral Psychology at Seventy. 8. The Cognitive Revival. 9. Social Psychology: A Battleground between two paradigms. 10. Personality Psychology; an Ambiguous Ally. 11. Psychology & the Agenda for the Future.
1987. 'Personality theorizing within a Christian world view.' In: T Burke (ed). Man and mind: A Christian theory of personality. Hillsdale, MI: Hillsdale College Press, pp. 171-198.
1988. 'Psychology’s 'two cultures': a Christian analysis.' Christian Scholar’s Review 17 (4): 406-424.
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Christian Psychology is published twice a year, by Society for Christian Psychology. The journal began with the name Edification but changed into Christian Psychology in 2013 to more directly expresses our agenda: Christian Psychology. We are using the term Christian psychology very broadly to cover the disciplined inquiry into the nature of human beings from the standpoint of a Christian world-and-life-view.