A new review of Fr Alexios Trader, Ancient Christian Wisdom and Aaron Beck’s Cognitive Therapy

Fr Alexios has brought to my notice a new review of his book, Ancient Christian Wisdom and Aaron Beck’s Cognitive Therapy (Peter Lang Publishing, 2011), appearing as a post on the blog of Eighth Day Books. I wasn’t aware of that blog, so his message was multiply informative. Eighth Day Books is a fine purveyor of all the kinds of books that have held my attention for the last decade and more. They are worthy of your patronage!

The big news is, as Fr Alexios also mentions, that the print run is almost exhausted, with only forty copies left to find homes. Selling out the print run will greatly increase the chances for the publication of a less expensive paperback edition. Eighth Day Books conveniently offers the book for sale for the lowest price that I’ve yet seen (just under $100). As it’s been a difficult volume to obtain, whether due to expense or to limited availability through the larger vendors, this is another good thing.

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One Response to A new review of Fr Alexios Trader, Ancient Christian Wisdom and Aaron Beck’s Cognitive Therapy

  1. Linda Christenson says:

    Thanks for this info! I was interested in the Prayer of Manasseh and, consequently, found it on your website. After looking through your site, I found this post which is fascinating to me as a Christian, and as a Counselor who embraces Aaron Beck’s Cognitive Therapy!

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