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Record identifier : 569813
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Hammer, Ronald Edward
Title and statement of responsibility : The therapeutic impact of a multiple-identity view of personhood as imago Dei in light of social trinitarianism, psychological theories of multiple selves, and existential thought [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology, 2000
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D
Body granting the degree : , Fuller Theological Seminary, School of Theology
Summary or Abstract : This presentation proposes a model of personhood based on multiple identities with an internal community structure. The self, synonymous with personhood, defined as the center of our being is deconstructed based on postModern philosophy, social Trinitarianism, and psychological models of multiple-selved personhood. The model of personhood as reflected in the postModern philosophy of the French rejects a single solitary self as a patriarchal, psychoanalytic. Social Trinitarians redefine the Trinity away from a substantive or economic definition to a relationship-based understanding as the defining characteristic. Psychological models of a multiple-self as normative redefine the person as a community rather than a single, solitary self. If one takes the notion that humans are created as imago Dei and base that image on the concepts of social Trinitarianism, the defining characteristic of a person must be relational. One can infer that the beginning of the self came at the Fall. The decision to know Good and Evil began self-determination and the need for a single, internal locus of control--the self. In light of postModern and psychological models of a multiple selved personhood, the single, controlling self becomes dysfunctional. Theology then has a place to communicate to psychology a better understanding of a spiritual person of multiple identities as normative. Psychology can then also communicate to theology a defining model of the person which does not disavow spirituality. This dissertation proposes a model of a community of existential identities, each with volition, emotion and relation. The determination of personhood comes only as self-determination is replaced with a return through Christ to God-determination. The definition and actualization of personhood comes in community as only the community can realize the multiple representations of identity each person puts forth. Therapeutically, most theories work at the internal conflicts resulting from a variety of factors including unhealthy primary relationships, traumatic events, biological imbalances, and genetic abnormalities..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Theology
: Psychotherapy
: Personality
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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