Paul Meier (author)

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Template:Distinguish Paul Meier, is an American Doctor of Medicine and Christian author of several self-help books as well as a series of Christian novels, the Third Millennium series, which according to its publisher have sold more than 300,000 copies.

He is also the founder of Meier Clinics, a non-profit, tax exempt organization providing Christian counseling. According to the biography on his website, the Association of Christian Counselors named Meier as the "father of the Christian Psychology movement".[1]Template:Dead link He has also appeared on TV and radio, including Oprah, Praise the Lord and Paula White. In September 1999, the American Association of Christian Counselors presented Meier with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work in the field of Christian counseling.[2]Template:Dead link

Selected bibliography

Non-fiction

  • Blue Genes
  • Happiness is a Choice (with Frank Minirth)
  • Love is a Choice (with Frank Minirth and Robert Hamfelt)
  • Unbreakable Bonds (with Cheryl Meier)
  • What I've Learned Since I Knew It All (with Todd Clements)
  • Winning is a Choice (with Jim Hiskey)

Fiction

  • The Third Millennium
  • The Fourth Millennium (with Robert L. Wise)
  • Beyond the Millennium (with Robert L. Wise)

References

External links

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