Martin and Deidre Bobgan have written several books containing criticism of the teaching of Dr Lawrence Crabb (Larry Crabb). Their criticisms are widely read and frequently quoted, but in my opinion they are thoroughly wrong.

The purpose of this essay, Misunderstanding People, is to consider and rebut the Bobgans’ criticisms of Crabb’s position.

I first published the essay in printed form, in 1992, and republished it in 1993. Now, in 2000, I am making it available on the Internet.

Copyright Notice

I, Trevor James Morrison, assert the right to be identified as the author of this essay and owner of the copyright. You may freely print a single copy of the essay for your own use, but anyone who wishes to print a larger quantity must e-mail me (Trevor Morrison) to seek my permission.

Trevor Morrison

Auckland, New Zealand

December, 2000

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Series Articles

  1. Introduction
  2. The Sufficiency of the Scriptures
  3. Need Theology
  4. Karl Popper and The Philosophy of Science
  5. What Crabb Teaches About the Unconscious
  6. Is the Doctrine of the Unconscious in the Bible?
  7. Confusion, Confusion
  8. Drivers and Shapers of Sin
  9. The Loss of Man
  10. Concluding Remarks
  11. Bibliography and References

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