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Exploring Matthew's Gospel: A Guide to the Gospel Readings in the Revised…

by Leslie Francis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0264675312, Paperback)

Jung's theory of psychological type distinguishes between the four functions of sensing, intuition, thinking and feeling. This book uses type theory to explore 51 passages from Matthew's Gospel that are included in the "Revised Common Lectionary". The insights gained provide an resource for teaches and leaders as well as a key tool for personal meditation. The theory has profound implications for Christian leaders who need to nurture all four psychological types in their congregations and impacts strongly on how individual Christians meditate on the scriptures.

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