In the last chapter a significant and perhaps to some, surprising area of complementarity was highlighted; psychotherapeutics and the Christian process of salvation have a great deal in common regarding our lack of self-esteem and our corresponding need for acceptance in which we are treated with positive, unconditional regard. That is not to say that therapy and religion offer the same pathway in seeking to resolve this need but that there is a significant convergence and a strong complementarity in what they have to say about what makes people healthy.