Title WHATEVER BECAME OF SIN?
Binding Hard Cover
Book Condition Good
Publisher Hawthorne Books, 1974, 242 pgs., HB, DJ, good Condition 1974
Seller ID 1085
In the present book Dr. Menninger attempts to apply psychiatry to a world wide affliction, the depression, gloom, discouragement and apprehensiveness which are so prevalent. The word "sin" has almost disappeared from our vocabulary, but the sense o f guilt remains in our hearts & minds. The prisoners punished in our jails are a small minority of all the offenders; "all we like sheep have gone astray". While a few deplore their guilt, many remain blandly indifferent or vaguely depressed or bi tterly accusatory of others. Are these states of illness?