Taking Every Thought Captive

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  • Copyright: 2011-09-15
  • Publisher: Nazarene Pub House
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This book is for men who have ever struggled with unwanted thoughts or emotions. Writing from his own experience Dr. Laaser will guide the reader through a variety of strategies for taking these thoughts captive. Dr. Laaser also teaches about what true obedience to Christ really means. Jesus teaching on the two greatest commandments form the foundation of this. The first commandment is to love God with all heart, mind, and strength and the second, Jesus says the second commandment is like it, "Love others as you love yourself. What does the word "as" really mean? Readers will learn that it is only is loving ourselves that we will be able to love others. Dr. Laaser will also ask the reader frequent questions so that they will be more able to incorporate the material into their own lives. This book is the natural sequel to his earlier book in this series on the The 7 Principles of Highly Accountable Men. Readers may want to practice accountability by asking others to hold t

Author Biography

Mark R Laaser is an internationally known author and speaker who has written six books, including Healing the Wounds of Sexual Addiction, Talking to Your Kids About Sex and The Pornography Trap. He holds a PhD in religion and psychology from the University of Lowa and an MDiv from Princeton Theological Seminary. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Denver Theological Seminary, Fuller Seminary, and the Psychological Studies Institute.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. 7
Introduction¨Welcome to the Journeyp. 9
The Behavioral Approachp. 15
Using Meditation to Take Thoughts Captivep. 27
Transforming the Brainp. 39
Taking Fantasies Captivep. 67
Making Your Fantasies Obedient to Christp. 91
Creating Visionp. 107
Conclusionp. 119
Notesp. 121
Resourcesp. 123
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