Glynn Harrison

Glynn Harrison was formerly Professor and Head of Department of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, UK, where he was also a practicing consultant psychiatrist. Now, as an author and speaker, he is interested in issues at the interface between biblically-based faith and psychology, neuroscience, and psychiatry, as well as wider issues of culture and Christian worldview. His most recent book A Better Story: God, Sex and Human Flourishing turns a critical eye to the sexual revolution.
Name Speaker/Author Topic Duration Views Datesort ascending
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How can both the Bible and psychology help us understand the lure of pornography?
Glynn Harrison Counseling and PsychologySexuality 00:00:00 424 20 May 2017
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Re-Imagining a Biblical Culture of Sex and Human Relationships
Glynn Harrison Counseling and PsychologySexuality 00:00:00 1,635 20 May 2017
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Is the push for same sex marriage part of the sexual revolution?
Glynn Harrison Counseling and Psychology 00:00:00 238 22 May 2016
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Identity Futures: The Cultural Undermining of Personal Identity
Glynn Harrison Counseling and PsychologyPersonality Theory 00:00:00 2,119 3 Jun 2015
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Identity in Christ: How to Realise What We Imagine
Glynn Harrison Counseling and PsychologyPersonality Theory 00:00:00 2,103 3 Jun 2015
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Understanding and Critiquing the Modern Ideas of Self and Identity
Glynn Harrison Counseling and PsychologyPersonality Theory 00:00:00 1,895 1 Jun 2015
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Wired for God: How Our Brains Predispose Us to Spiritual Awareness
Glynn Harrison ScienceChristianity and Science 00:00:00 1,822 1 Jun 2015
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The Sexual Revolution and the Christian Response - Leader to Leader Interview
Glynn Harrison EthicsChristian Ethics 00:00:00 1,405 30 May 2015
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Igniting an Effective Men's Ministry in Your Church
Glynn Harrison LeadershipDiscipleship Leadership 00:00:00 1,207 30 May 2015
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The Sexual Revolution: The Challenges Facing a Church Unprepared
Glynn Harrison EthicsChristian Ethics 00:00:00 1,898 28 May 2014

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