David Augsburger

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David W. Augsburger is an American Anabaptist author with a Ph.D. from Claremont School of Theology and a BA and BD from Eastern Mennonite College and Eastern Mennonite Seminary respectively.

He is one of six children, Fred, Donald, Anna Mary, Daniel and Myron, born to Clarence and Estella Augsburger. His brother Myron is a prominent Mennonite Church author, evangelist, and theologian.[citation needed]

Augsburger writes on Christian subjects and joined the School of Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary in 1990 as the Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling. Augsburger is a minister of the Mennonite and a diplomate of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. Although all of Augsburger's works revolve around the subject of Christianity, some also cover dealing with hatred, prejudice, and violence, as well as being a forgiving person.[1]


  • Caring Enough to Confront:How to Understand and Express Your Deepest Feelings Toward Others
  • The Freedom of Forgiveness
  • Caring Enough to Forgive—Caring Enough Not to Forgive
  • Caring Enough to Hear and Be Heard: How to Hear and How to Be Heard in Equal Communication
  • Dissident Discipleship: A Spirituality of Self-Surrender, Love of God, and Love of Neighbor (2006)
  • Pastoral Counseling Across Cultures
  • When Caring Is Not Enough: Resolving Conflicts Through Fair Fighting
  • Helping People Forgive
  • When Enough Is Enough (Caring Enough)
  • The Freedom of Forgiveness (Revised and Expanded) 1988
  • Anger and Assertiveness in Pastoral Care (Creative Pastoral Care and Counseling Series)
  • The New Freedom of Forgiveness, Moody Publishing, 2010.
  • Be all you can be
  • Cherishable: love and marriage
  • Hate-Work: Working Through the Pain and Pleasures of Hate
  • Communicating good news
  • Caring Enough to Forgive—Caring Enough Not to Forgive[2]
  • Man uptight!
  • How dare you be a pessimist!
  • So What? Everybody's Doing it
  • Everybody's not doing it (Pamphlet)
  • Sustaining Love: Healing & Growth in the Passages of Marriage
  • Man, am I uptight!
  • Life or limbo
  • Beyond assertiveness
  • Christmas: The Annual of Christmas Literature and Art, 1990
  • A risk worth taking
  • Witness is Withness: More Showing Than Telling
  • Wieso? Das tun doch alle! ( Taschenbuch )
  • From Here to Maturity
  • Sustaining Love
  • Differencias Personales? Enfrentelas Con Amor: Caring Enough to Confront


  1. ^ "David Augsburger at Fuller's Theological Seminary". Retrieved 2009-03-10.
  2. ^ https://www.amazon.com/Caring-Enough-Forgive-Caring-Not-Forgive/dp/0836119657

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