Stop Arguing With Me: Healing an Argumentative Spirit (Paperback)

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The need for this book is epidemic. Media outlets daily "scream" with incidents of anger and domestic violence. National and International tensions surround us. Is it possible to discern the source of such wrath? The author will share with you that the "human spirit" can be "crushed" and "fractured." Both generic temperament and environmental factors can lead to this manifestation. The book will have little value for you unless you at some time in your life have argued or been in tension with others. However, if this does include you, the author will give you not only hope but also a technique for healing. May we all indeed come to a point where the "peace of God can rule in our hearts . . . " (Colossians 3: 15)

About the Author

Dr. Duane Cuthbertson is a successful counsellor, psychologist and Christian minister. He has earned four degrees, including a Doctor of Ministry. For twenty years, he was the head of the department of psychology, first at Bryan College and later at William Tyndale College. He is presently an adjunct professor at Spring Arbor University and Director of Growing Together Ministries, through which he counsels and conducts seminars across the United States. His previous books have sold more than 60,000 copies. Dr. Cuthbertson is happily married and has five children and eighteen grandchildren. He lives in Pinckney, Michigan.

Product Details
ISBN: 9789784956574
ISBN-10: 9784956578
Publisher: Baal Hamon Publishers
Publication Date: July 15th, 2011
Pages: 160
Language: English

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