George Hinn's new book “Jesus, Psychology, and Mental Health" explores questions and answers in light of mental health and the integration of psychology and religion

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Recent Release “Jesus, Psychology, and Mental Health" from Page Publishing author George Hinn highlights how mental health is not about being perfect, it’s about people becoming aware of their imperfections. Jesus confronted the perfect ones who knew it all, and had time, love and compassion for those who recognized their imperfections.

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George Hinn, who taught chemistry and experimental science in high school before moving to college to teach psychology, has completed his new book “Jesus, Psychology, and Mental Health": a gripping work that describes how the importance of mental health cannot be overstated.

Hinn writes, "To take roughly forty-five years of material and condense it into less than one hundred pages was not an easy task. For the sake of brevity, I had to make a choice. Cover one topic in detail, or cover many superficially and let the readers decide what is important to them. My apologies to the theorists whose lifework I summed up in a simple sentence or two. Also, my apologies to those who unwittingly contributed to the book. Some slips of papers and notes were so old, I couldn’t remember where they came from. I noted every source I was able to. You may notice a repetition of scripture and certain topics as I found them to be relevant to several chapters.”

Published by Page Publishing, George Hinn’s intriguing work explores how mental health is intrinsically involved in every aspect of people’s lives, from their physical well-being, their work, their play and leisure time, their attitude towards pain and suffering, their ability to deal with reality, and their ability to love.

“It is manifestly evident that religion is not always led to mental health.” The author remembers reading this statement from the book The Psychology of Christian Personality by Ernest Ligon in the early 1960s. He was struck by it because, as a child growing up, he was told just the opposite. Subsequent empirical evidence has shown that Ligon was correct. The author strives to uncover whether religion changes people or if maybe people change religion.

Readers who wish to experience this analytical book can purchase “Jesus, Psychology, and Mental Health" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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