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Past Lectures

Past Scandrette Lecturers

* Titles with links are linked to YouTube videos of lectures.

SpeakerYearTitle of Lecture
David G. Meyers 1981 The Inflated Self: A New Look at Pride
William F. Weitzel  1982 Performance Management from A Christian Perspective 
James R. Dolby  1983 The Story of a Man—The Evolution of  a Psychologist Who is Christian 
Mary Stewart Van Leeuwen  1985 Winds of Change in Psychology –And Their Implications for Christians 
Paul C. Vitz  1985 A Christian Theory of Personality 
John Fantuzzo  1986 A Ministry to Children and Parents Through the Alignment of Psychology and Theology 
Wayne Oates  1987 The Present of God and the Well-being of Personality 
Stephen Evans  1988 Taking Values Seriously in Psychology 
Everett L. Worthington 1989 Christian Research in Secular Psychology: Can It Be?
Thomas Oden 1990 Lessons for Psychologists from the History of Pastoral Care
Mary VanderGoot 1991 Gospel, Science, and the Search for Personal Truth
Charles R. Ridley 1992 An Integration Perspective on the Leadership Failure in Galatians 2:11-14
David Myers 1993 The Pursuit of Happiness: Who is Happy and Why
Benedict Groeschel 1994 Psychology of Continuing Conversion
Jack & Judy Balswick 1996 Biblical Foundations for Relationships
Howard Stevenson 1997 Can I Get A Witness?
Malcolm Jeeves 1998 Whatever Happened to the Soul? A Neuropsychologist's Reflections on Changing Views of the Person
Joseph M. Walsh 1999 Strengthening the Ecclesial Fabric: Psychology at the Service of the Church
Larry J. Crabb Jr. 2000 A New Paradigm for Christian Counseling
Kaye V. Cook 2001 The Emergence of Character
Warren S. Brown 2002 Body and Soul, or Soulish Body? Finding Resonance between Neuroscience, Psychology, and Theology
Everett L. Worthington Jr. 2003 Unforgiveness, the Injustice Gap, Forgiveness, and Justice
Peter C. Hill 2004 Living on the Boundary: Thinking Christianly About Psychology
Stanton L. Jones 2005 Thinking as a Christian on the Hardest Cases: Sexuality, Homosexuality, and the Contours of a Christian Mind
Walter C. Wright Jr. 2006 On Belay: Finding Mentors for the Journey
Elizabeth L. Hall 2007 Minding the Body: An Integrative Examination of Embodiment
Charles R. Carlson 2008 Integration as Intentional Ministry: Helping Others Know Their Story
Nathaniel Wade 2009 Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Reflections from a Scholar-Practitioner
Neftali Serrano 2011 My Journey to Primary Care: A Vision for What It Means To Be a Christian in Psychology
Steven Sweatman 2012 Trends in Gospel Driven Global Engagement: How Christians in Psychology Can Shape the Next Generation
Gerald Sittser 2013 The Battle of the Heart: The Desert Fathers as Psychologists
Angela Sabates 2014 Just Looking Out for Number 1? A Christian View of the Human Condition In Everyday Social Interaction
John Nunes 2015 Tired of Talking about Diversity? Try This!
Bill Hathaway 2016 Proactive versus Reactive Integration: Christian Engagement in Psychology
Mark McMinn 2017 The Science of Virtue: Why Positive Psychology Matters to the Church
Mark Yarhouse 2018 Integrative Domains and Current Trends in the Integration of Psychology and Christianity