The relationship between psychological humanism and Christian thought is explored and critically evaluated. Three tenets of humanistic psychology are considered from a Christian perspective. Areas of compatibility include emphases on human experience, social justice, personal responsibility, and dignity of humankind. Areas with less compatibility include different assumptions about supernaturalism, and a qualified view of the goodness ofhwnan nature from a Christian perspective.
Dodgen, Doreen J. and McMinn, Mark R., "Humanistic Psychology and Christian Thought: A Comparative Analysis" (1986). Faculty Publications - Grad School of Clinical Psychology. 222.