|Publisher||Kregel Academic & Professional|
|My Copy||paperback, perfect bound|
|First Read||August 01, 2009|
Faithful Feelings - Rethinking Emotion in the New Testament
Emotions are not primitive impulses to be controlled or ignored, but cognitive judgments or construals that tell us about ourselves and our world. In this understanding, destructive emotions can be changed, beneficial emotions can be cultivated, and emotions are a crucial part of morality. Emotions also help us to work efficiently, assist our learning, correct faulty logic and help us build relationships with others.
Quoted on September 28, 2011