Rogerian psychology, the human potential movement, behaviour modification, encounter groups, EST - are these friends or foes of Christianity?
Psychology in its diverse forms claims to have real answers to the deepest longings of mankind. Consequently, its pervasive influence has made extensive inroads into modern life - even into the Church itself.
Yet, as William Kilpatrick shows in this brilliant book, the "new psychology" is a fraud, a counterfeit religion. It convincingly dupes people into believing in a twisted view of man and the world. It promises the bread of life, but delivers stones.
Writing with penetrating insight and wit, Kilpatrick reveals the illusions of the "new psychology" and the reality of the christian faith.