Synopsis, Idea-Truth, Person-Truth, Atonement, Psychotherapy
Thayne and Gantt’s recent book, Who is Truth?: Reframing Our Questions for a Richer Faith, presents an ancient but revolutionary conception of truth. They compare the ancient Greek conception of Idea-truth with the ancient Hebrew conception of Person-truth. They explore the implications of Person-truth for our faith. They use Person-truth to reframe questions. This article presents a synopsis of the book and extends its implications around the issue of suffering and psychotherapy.
"A Synopsis and Extension of Thayne and Gantt's Who is Truth? Reframing Our Questions for a Richer Faith,"
Issues in Religion and Psychotherapy: Vol. 40
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/irp/vol40/iss1/8