Regrettable Links: What has behavioral psychology to do with theology?


Ken Evers-Hood has been presenting a six part series discussing what we as pastors and theologians can learn from the world behavioral psychology. His insights are astounding and to be recommended reading for every student (or anyone interested in exploring what it means to be human and Christian). I cannot say enough about his  discussion of bias and sin. Anyone following the Ferguson and New York flaps ought to check this out.

Here is a link to the full series: http://www.faithandleadership.com/content/ken-evers-hood-what-can-behavioral-economics-teach-us-about-theology  .

I would like to thank the good people at Faith and Leadership for bringing us this series.

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