Table of Contents
Vol.3: Man in Adam and in Christ
THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY:
THE OLD AND THE NEW
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Where Does Personality
Come From? When Does it Begin?
Chapter 2. The Components of Personality
Chapter 3. Types of Personality
Chapter 4. The "Normal"
Chapter 5. Change of Personality
Chapter 6. The Nature of Conversion
Chapter 7. The Body of the First Adam
and of the Last Adam
Appendix 1. Our Part in the New
Temple of His Body
Fruit Versus Works
1958: Doorway Paper No. 14, published privately
by Arthur C. Custance
1977: Part IV in Man in Adam and in Christ, vol.3 in The
Doorway Papers Series, Zondervan Publishing Company.
1997: Arthur Custance Online Library (HTML)
2001 2nd Online Edition (corrections, design revisions)
No man is an Island, intire of itselfe; every man
is a peece of the Continent, a part of the maine; if a Clod bee
washed away by the sea, Europe is the lesse, as well as if a
Promontorie were, as well as if a Mannor of thy friends or thine
own were: any man's death diminishes me because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom the bells
tolls; it tolls for thee.
(Devotions upon Emergent Occasions)
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OF this Paper is to show that modern research in the fields of
psychology, genetics, and anthropology, has much to say that
throws light upon the Christian view of man as a sinner and as
a saint. It also serves to underline man's basic need for salvation,
and God's completely realistic answer to that need.
For the sake of simplicity, the
concept "soul" has been equated with the concept "personality,"
an equation which is not strictly in order, but which makes it
possible to deal with the subject within reasonable compass.
While this treatment lacks depth, it is more or less comprehensive,
and taken in conjunction with the bibliography could possibly
serve as the basis of a series of lectures or studies of Christian
Copyright © 1988 Evelyn White. All rights
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