Edward P. Wimberly
"In one challenging, breath-taking volume, the authors provide a comprehensive look at the most important developments in this rapidly expanding field since the publication of the landmark Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling in 1990. Together with the Dictionary, and as its critic and critical sequel, this volume may be rightly regarded as a truly indispensable guide for understanding the vastly enlarged and complexified vision of contemporary pastoral theology, care, and counseling."
Rodney J. Hunter, General Editor, Dictionary of Pastoral Care and Counseling
'This is constructive thinking. It may enable us to see alternative paths in a world suffering under dysfunctional paradigms—like 'the clash of civilizations' and 'the triumph of Western Democracy.'"