David has authored seventeen books.
A Friendly Letter to Skeptics and Atheists: Musings on Why God is Good and Faith Isn't Evil, (2008). San Francisco, CA:Jossey-Bass/Wiley. Buy the book from amazon.com.
In What God Has Joined Together: The Christian Case for Gay Marriage (HarperSanFrancisco, 2005), he joins co-author Letha Dawson Scanzoni in an effort to bridge the divide between marriage-supporting and gay-supporting people of faith, by showing why both sides have important things to say. Buy the book from amazon.com.
Intuition: Its Powers and Perils (Yale University Press, 2002) explores our remarkable capacity for unconscious, automatic thinking along with the potential pitfalls of unchecked intuition. He also offers focused analyses of intuitions related to investing, interviewing, risk-taking, gambling, sports, and clinical and psychic judgments. Buy the book from amazon.com.
A Quiet World: Living with Hearing Loss (Yale University Press, 2000) offers a first-person account of the hard of hearing experience and information about new assistive technologies. Buy the book from amazon.com.
The American Paradox: Spiritual Hunger in an Age of Plenty (Yale University Press, 2000) explores our post-1960 material prosperity and social recession, and suggests a road to renewal. Buy the book from amazon.com.
The Pursuit of Happiness: Who Is Happy--and Why (Morrow, 1992; Avon, 1993), and nearly 600 related media interviews and invited lectures, have challenged America’s individualism and materialism and affirmed the significance of positive traits, committed relationships, and religious faith. Buy the book from amazon.com.
Psychology Through the Eyes of Faith (with Malcolm Jeeves, revised ed., HarperSanFrancisco, 2002) offers 32 essays on the relationships between what psychologists are discovering and what Christians believe. (Also published in Britain and Korea by Intervarsity Press, and in Danish.) Buy the book from amazon.com.
Other books on psychology and religion.
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