Embrace: A Theologically Informed Peace Psychology

Peter J. Jankowski


Drawing on the nonviolent, social justice ethic within Christian theology, Peter J. Jankowski proposes a Christian informed peace psychology. Arguing that the core processes underlying peace-building efforts within peace psychology can be redeemed, he initiates a dialogical and dialectical relationship with the extant peace psychology literature and the discipline of faith psychology integration. The proposed paradigm has the potential to enhance existing peace-building efforts. It also challenges the prevailing individual unit of analysis within the integration literature and calls for a stronger social justice ethic guiding integration research and practice. Mr. Jankowski is Associate Professor of Psychology at Bethel University.


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