Martin Luther on Mental Health


This book compares Martin Luther’s advice on mental health to modern treatment as a resource to support those with mental health struggles.

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Just because mental health is discussed more today than ever, doesn’t mean it’s something new. Martin Luther’s Letters of Spiritual Consolation cover issues like anxiety and depression as Luther advises his friends and family on their mental health.

When Christians struggle with their mental health, the first place they go is the church. Saunders equips pastors and church leaders with a resource on supporting their congregation with Scripture and medically-sound advice.

Luther’s kind, compassionate, prescient advice is applicable to anyone under emotional distress. Pastors, teachers, and leaders alike will gain a greater understanding of and ability to support those struggling with their mental health.


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