New Directions in Religion and Aging
Psychology Press, 1987 - 205 lappuses
In this stimulating and timely book, experts examine the critical issues that will face professionals in the religious community as they work with the elderly in the coming decades. They look at the directions religious communities must be prepared to take and the problems to which they must respond if they are to be effective in the years ahead. Topics include responding to poverty and aging, suicide among the elderly, connecting gerontological training and religious professionals, and much more.
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Theology and Aging in the 21st Century
Coming Issues in the Pastoral Care of the Aged
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The Inevitable Issue
Death as a Factor in Understanding Modern Attitudes
An Unlikely Scenario
The Elderly Poor the Future and the Church
The Generational Groupings and the Future
Will It Get Worse
The Religious Response
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