Robertsson, DC,

The first will be the last : a biblical perspective on narcissism / [print] DC Robertsson. - Davidson Trust Publishing, [(c)2019. - 287 pages ; 23 cm

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"Discover the Bible's ancient wisdom on these toxic people - who they are, how they got that way, how to deal with them, and God's final word on it all. If you're checking out this book, there is a good chance you - or someone you care about - have experienced some of the more damaging consequences of genuine narcissism. Maybe you didn't realize you were dealing with a narcissist at first, but the pain and damage caused by this selfish, arrogant, condescending, and domineering person might have driven you to search for answers about what was going on, and how to deal with them. As you searched online or in books, you collected the conventional wisdom available, but feel there is still more to it. While the Bible does not use the exact term "narcissism" - a word from Greek mythology - it most certainly speaks to the subject. In fact, if you look carefully, you might be surprised at just how much and how directly Scripture speaks about narcissism and narcissistic people. The First Will Be Last: A Biblical Perspective on Narcissism is just what the title says - an A-Z look at the Biblical perspective on these toxic people; including who they are, how they got that way, and how to deal with them. From key words to Biblical case studies, it will unlock a new perspective and provide a framework in your search for truth."--provided by

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Narcissism--Religious aspects.

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BF575.R634.N373 2019 BF575.N35.R652.F577 2019

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