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WHO IS SAYING MEDICINE IS UNIMPORTANT?

...even a cursory reading of the leaders in the biblical counseling movement indicates that they have carefully articulated a belief in the importance of the physical body and medical treatment. Counseling and Medicine The biblical counseling movement has a persistent reputation for being anti-drug. Because of our annual conference focus on mental...

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WHO IS SAYING MEDICINE IS UNIMPORTANT? PART II

Where does the reputation that biblical counseling is anti-drug come from? Heath Lambert has four responses to this question. In Part 1 of this post I observed that many believe the biblical counseling movement is against medicine. I tried to demonstrate that there is no evidence that this reputation comes from...

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ACBC AND CCEF CONFERENCES

This fall ACBC is partnering with CCEF to have our two annual conferences happen back-to-back in close proximity to one another. CCEF & ACBC from CCEF on Vimeo. The CCEF conference is happening October 3-5 addressing the common problem of loss. The ACBC conference is happening October 6-8 addressing extreme problems and the...

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GOD AND THE GAY CHRISTIAN?

God and the Gay Christian? A Response to Matthew Vines by SBTS Press Today Matthew Vines will release a controversial new book called, God and the Gay Christian, that attempts to reverse the Church’s moral position on homosexuality. In the book, he looks at several key biblical passages and tries to...

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CAN JESUS HEAL MENTAL ILLNESS? PART 2

Part 2: Mental Illness and the Healing of Jesus “Mental Illnesses” are Spiritual Issues In my previous post I tried to demonstrate that mental illness is not a concrete object like a wheelbarrow, but is an abstract idea like friendship. A concrete object is what it is. An abstract idea is open to interpretation...

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