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A Time for Choosing

Biblical Counseling, Southwestern Seminary, and Standing with the Weak, Oppressed, and Abused When I was in elementary school I lived with my alcoholic mother who regularly abused and neglected me and my twin brother. One afternoon I dropped some eggs on the floor, infuriating mom. She picked up a mop to...

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A Special Announcement

I want to share an important announcement with you about the future of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. I was elected as the Executive Director of our association in 2012. Since then it has been a delightful and a full six years. Together we worked to change the name...

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A Biblical View of Truth

National Geographic has become profoundly interested in moral issues lately. Earlier this year they did a cover story on transgenderism. Just a few weeks ago they released an issue with a cover story on the issue of truth-telling. Their interest in the latter seems related to all the talk about...

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Clarifying and Confessing

I woke up on Saturday morning to discover that I was—as my grandfather used to say—in the soup. A controversy was swirling, and I was in the center. As I consider what is being said of me and my relationship with Eric Johnson I count three different issues.   1. The nature...

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Transgender Confusion and Transformational Christianity

Dr. Heath Lambert recently spoke on the topic of “Transgender Confusion and Transformational Christianity” at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte. Dr. Lambert argues that there are three convictional categories that everyone possesses. First, everyone believes in some kind of authority. Second, everyone believes there is a difference between right and wrong....

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