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Howard W. Stone

Author of How to Think Theologically

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Howard W. Stone, Ph.D., is a psychologist, marriage and family therapist, a pastoral counselor, the author or editor of many books in the Fortress Press Creative Pastoral Care and Counseling series, and a professor emeritus at Texas Christian University. Among his books are Defeating Depression, Depression and Hope, Brief Pastoral Counseling, and How to Think Theologically (with James Duke).
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