The Great Reduction
Dieter K. Mulitze, Ph.D.

$31.95

5.25 x 8 - 400 Pages

Disordered brains or disordered souls? Brain chemical imbalances or relational imbalances?

Bipolar disorder, depression, mood swings and moreůcan chemical imbalances in the brain or genetics really cause such suffering, as even many Christian authors claim? Are psychiatric drugs, with all their "side effects," an effective remedy? There is another view: much of the research in psychiatry is flawed, as this book demonstrates. The soul has been effectively "banished," and healing for emotional suffering has often been reduced to tweaking neurotransmitter levels in the brain, with negative consequences for thousands. Most Christians are misinformed on this topic, and many are taking psychiatric drugs needlesslyůare you among them? The need for the Healing Presence of Christ and His Spirit has never been more urgent or relevant.

"An urgent wake-up call÷a devastating critique of much of
contemporary psychiatric Žbusiness'÷a call for a return to biblical
categories together with biblical solutions."
~ Dr. Carl E. Armerding
Director, Schloss Mittersill Study Centre, Austria

"It has been known for some time that the profession of Psychiatry faces a crisis of credibility as a human science. With broad competence, the author challenges the reductionism of Žmental illness' in the case studies of individuals he has ministered to in Žhealing prayer.' This is a book for every thoughtful and compassionate person to read with serious reflection."
~ Dr. James M. Houston
Founding Principal of Regent College and Professor Emeritus of Spiritual Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, BC.



Dieter K. Mulitze, Ph.D., is a Spiritual Director and co-founder of Deeper Love Ministries, a ministry for advancing spiritual wholeness, healing and growth in individuals, based on the model and ministry of Jesus Christ. Dieter graduated from Regent College, Vancouver, BC, with a Master of Christian Studies degree, and holds a doctorate in quantitative genetics from the University of Saskatchewan. Dieter and his wife Ellen live in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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  • ISBN: 1-55306-993-5
  • EBN: 893
  • 9 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Essence Publishing


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