The Spring 2008 issue of Journal of Psychology & Theology just arrived. There are several interesting topics, including God image (and diversity considerations), emotions, and gender differences in spirituality. One title in particular caught my eye: “Clinical Practice with Religious/Spiritual Issues: Niche, Proficiency or Specialty?” by Dr. William L. Hathaway. Dr. Hathaway is the Program Director at Regent University’s Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology, and I had the opportunity to hear him deliver an earlier version of this paper at a conference. In any case, it’s a thoughtful article, so let me encourage you to pick up your copy today and enjoy some of the leading scholarship on integration of psychology and theology.