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Evil: Satan, Sin, and Psychology Paperback – 2 Sep 2008


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Terry D. Cooper, PhD, is professor of psychology at St. Louis Community College at Meramac. He holds doctorates from Vanderbilt and Saint Louis University. Cindy K. Epperson joined the faculty of St. Louis Community College in 1999. She is currently a doctoral fellow at the University of Missouri - St. Louis.

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Easy to read 16 Nov 2012
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Dr. Cooper does an amazing job of making complex topics easy to understand. He provides great examples and many questions that make you think about the issues at a deeper more meaningful level. HIghly recommended.
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Very informative information!!!
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simple and easy to read 14 April 2013
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Had to get it for a class that wasn't what I expected to be but the book was an easy read, especially great for those day where you don't read everything for class.*

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