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The subtle power of spiritual abuse

by Johnson, David

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Published by Bethany House Publishers in Minneapolis, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity -- Psychology,
  • Christian leadership,
  • Authority -- Religious aspects -- Christianity,
  • Christian life

  • Edition Notes

    Cover subtitle: recognizing and escaping spiritual manipulation and false spiritual authority within the church.

    StatementDavid Johnson & Jeff VanVonderen.
    ContributionsVanVonderen, Jeffrey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR110 .J553 1991
    The Physical Object
    Pagination235 p. :
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1545505M
    ISBN 101556611609
    LC Control Number91024684
    OCLC/WorldCa24066549

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"The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse" confronts in an open and honest way--and deals with in a clear and straightforward way--issues that too many in the Christian community too often refuse to admit and face up to and deal with because these serious issues are not clean and pretty and tidy--they're dirty and messy and embarrassing; and it takes time and much effort to The subtle power of spiritual abuse book healthy changes.5/5(6).

The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse offers a Biblical perspective for Christians who have been hurt, and provides critical understanding for secular helping professionals (and laypersons) who might otherwise have difficulty understanding the plight of a victim of spiritual abuse.

Maxine Pinson. Publisher, Editor, Savannah Parent. Savannah, Georgia. The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse offers a Biblical perspective for Christians who have been hurt, and provides critical understanding for secular helping professionals (and laypersons) who might otherwise have difficulty understanding the plight of a victim of spiritual abuse.

But this book by Johnson and Vanvonderen is different. BOOK: The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse A highly recommended book on the subject of abuse in churches by David Johnson and Jeff VanVonderen exposes the symptoms and a number of the causes for abuse by leadership in a local church or Christian ministry.

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The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse discusses unhealthy spiritual patterns in a constructive and helpful way. There are many books that attempt to address various unhealthy spiritual patterns, but often with the goal of stigmatizing them and promoting the churches or belief systems of the authors.

Through the subtle use of the right "spiritual" words, church members are manipulated or shamed into certain behaviors or performance that ensnares in legalism, guilt and begrudging service.

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Towards such ends, I recently completed reading The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse by evangelical, megachurch pastor David Johnson and addictions interventionist Jeff VanVonderen. My general impressions of this work is as a well-written and truly helpful piece of pastoral literature.

The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse Part 1 (mit deutschen Untertiteln, cc anklicken) - Duration: Truth In Motion Studios 9, views. In a breakthrough book first published inthe authors address the dynamics in churches that can ensnare people in legalism, guilt, and begrudging service, keeping them from the grace and joy of God's n for both those who feel abused and those who may be causing it, The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse shows how people get hooked into abusive systems, the impact of.

Jeff VanVonderen is the coauthor of The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse and When God’s People Let You Down as well as several other books. He is a longtime participant in and supporter of the NACR. He has also recently accepted a position as the executive director of Spiritual Abuse Recovery Resources, a sister ministry of the NACR ().

Introduction to The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse. 31 MayMatthewS. Today marks the beginning of a new Thursday series blogging through the book The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse by David Johnson and Jeff Van Vonderen. Many thanks to the team of former ATI parents and students who have consented to contribute to this series.In a breakthrough book first published inThe Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse gives a message of hope for those who are spiritually abused, pointing the way toward freedom.

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