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Classic Christian Psychology Authors

 
 

Classic CP Authors

St. Irenaeus (c.130-200)

The Desert Fathers and Mothers

Origen (c.185-254)

St. Athanasius (c.296-373)

St. Gregory of Nyssa (c. 335-395)

Evagrius Ponticus (c.345-399)

John Cassian (c.365-433)

St. Augustine (c.354-430)

Maximus the Confessor (c. 580-662)

Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite (c. 5th-6th century)

Boethius (c. 480-525)

St. Gregory the Great (c.540-604)

St. John of Damascus (c.676-777)

St. Bernard of Clairvaux (c.1090-1153)

St. Anselm of Canterbury (d.1109)

St. Bonaventure (c.1221-1274)

St. Thomas Aquinas (c.1225-1274)

Julian of Norwich (c.1342-1416)

Gregory Palamas (c.1296-1359)

Thomas a Kempis (c.1379-1471)

Martin Luther (c.1483-1546)

John Calvin (c.1509-1564)

Ignatius Loyola (c.1491-1556)

St. Teresa of Avila (c.1515-1582)

St. John of the Cross (c.1542-1591)

Menno Simons (c.1496-1561)

St. Francis de Sales (c.1567-1622)

Richard Sibbes (c.1577-1635)

Samuel Rutherford (c.1600-1661)

John Owen (c.1616-1683)

Richard Baxter (c.1615-1691)

Blaise Pascal (c.1623-1662)

John Bunyan (c.1628-1688)

Madame Guyon (c.1647-1717)

Bishop Berkeley (c.1685-1753)

Bishop Butler (c.1692-1752)

Jonathan Edwards (c.1703-1758)

John Wesley (c.1703-1791)

Johann Georg Hamann (c.1730-1788)

John Newton (c.1725-1807)

Soren Kierkegaard (c.1813-1855)

John Henry Newman (c.1801-1890)

Fyodor Dostoevsky (c.1821-1881)

St. Therese of Lisieux (c.1873-1897)

Sergius Bulgakov (c.1871-1944)

Simone Weil (c.1909-1943)

Mikhail Bakhtin (c.1895-1975)

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (c.1906-1945)

Vladimir Lossky (c.1903-1958)

Karl Barth (c.1886-1968)

Dietrich von Hildebrand (c.1899-1977)

Paul Tournier (c.1898-1986)

C.S. Lewis (c.1898-1963)

Hans Urs von Balthasar (c.1905-1988)

John Paul II (c.1920-2005)

James Loder (c.1931-2001)

Paul Ricoeur (c.1913-2005)

Rene Girard (c.1923- )

 

42 Comments

  1. Justo J. Rodriguez says:

    I think I’ve been interested on the field of RELIGIOUS
    PSYCHOLOGY for a long time without really knowing the
    name of the field. I have read the poetry of St. John of
    the Cross and Saint Teresa of Avila. I have a degree in
    Spanish. I would like to know more about the field of
    RELIGIOUS PSYCHOLOGY. Many thanks!

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