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Psycho-Social Non-Biblical Views of Humanity

For each of eleven views the chart Psycho-Social Non-Biblical Views of Humanity shows the view’s perspective on humanity’s problem and the view’s proposed solution to humanity’s problem.

  • Five Freudian views:
    1. Psychoanalysis
    2. Ego psychology
    3. Psychosocial
    4. Transactional analysis
    5. Problem solving
  • Four Existential views:
    1. Existential
    2. Functional
    3. Client-centered
    4. Gestalt
  • Two other views:
    • Cognitive
    • Behaviorism
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The Structure and Origin of the Soul — Historical Survey

The chart The Structure and Origin of the Soul — Historical Survey summarizes the views of the structure and origin of the soul for Irenaeus, Tertullian, Origen, Augustine, Luther, and Calvin.

  • Views on the structure of the soul include:
    1. Dichotomist (Tertullian, Calvin)
    2. Trichotomist (Irenaeus, Origen, Luther)
    3. Undecided (Augustine)
  • Views on the origin of the soul include:
    1. Traducian (Tertullian, Luther)
    2. Pre-existence (Origen)
    3. Mystery (Augustine)
    4. Creationist (Calvin)

The date and location of each Church Father or Reformer is indicated.

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Salvation Accomplished (Soteriology)

The chart Salvation Accomplished (Soteriology) summarizes the necessity, nature, and intent of the atonement; identifies what is accomplished by the atonement, in regards to sin, by propitiation, redemption, and reconciliation.

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