"We are often asked if we are ‘Christian psychologists' and find it difficult to answer since we don't know what the question implies. We are Christians who are psychologists but at the present time there is no acceptable Christian psychology that is markedly different from non-Christian psychology. It is difficult to imply that we function in a manner that is fundamentally distinct from our non-Christian colleagues...as yet there is not an acceptable theory, mode of research or treatment methodology that is distinctly Christian."
From a paper presented at the Western Association of
Christians for Psychological Studies, 1976, cited in Psychoheresy by
Martin & Deidre Bobgan, Eastgate Pub., 1987, p.5