Archibald D. Hart a former dean of the School of Psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary, trained as a clinical psychologist in his native South Africa. Dr. Hart is now retired from full-time teaching but continues to teach two courses in psychology, as well as in the doctor of ministry program. His physiological lab research continues to examine issues of stress, depression, and anxiety. He and his wife, Kathleen, are sought after by church groups around the world to speak and conduct workshops on marriage, stress management, emotions, divorce, the hazards of ministry, and sexual behavior. Dr. Hart has published 26 books, including Stressed or Depressed (written in 2005 with daughter Dr. Catherine Weber). Dr. Hart and his wife have three daughters, four grandsons, and three granddaughters.
Leave Christian writings to Theologians| Posted December 29, 2017
That's dumbass to you. Your book, anxiety cure, was the biggest load of garbage ever written. You took a straightforward topic and wanted to play Jesus, preaching to the masses.
As usual, you veered from your area of training into Jesus mode, interjecting snippets of what you believed to be the meaning of worry in the Bible. You further postulated that nothing happened during those times to cause PTSD, etc.
I suppose crucifying men, women, and children was no cause for stress.
You further snubbed God by preaching as though you were trained in Seminary as a minister. Your observations and especially your condescending attitude towards the reader are obvious issues that cannot go unchallenged.
I pity the poor soul who gets on that roller coaster ride of reading your book, especially as it veers completely off the tracks after trying to completely throw the poor reader into a panic from the start.
If your attempt was to create a sense of panic, calm, and then paint yourself as savior, well, you failed miserably.
I can't wait until you burn in hell you self serving demon. Stick to what you are trained to do, dumbass, and see how you like it when people call you names. A person reads your book for help and you call them names like dummy and act like people do not know the Latin name of a Swiss flower. The day your book is no longer published is the day I see people getting well by the Holy Spirit of God and by psychologists who know how to teach with humility. Yours is a special place in hell, trust me.