Are Biblical Counselors Unbiblical? Evaluating Transformational Psychology’s Exegetical Foundations

PDF Version for Print Introduction There are many models of Christian counseling that vie for the consideration of the church. One variety that has more recently garnered attention is Transformational Psychology (TP). I first found out about TP when I read Dr. John Coe’s ETS paper: “Why Biblical Counseling Is Unbiblical.” As...

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Biblical Counseling, The Sufficiency of Scripture, and the Use of Extra-Biblical Information (Part I)

Introduction: A New Book, An Old Controversy Last week Zondervan released my new book, A Theology of Biblical Counseling: The Doctrinal Foundations of Counseling Ministry. The overall point of the book is to demonstrate that the kind of discussions that our culture calls counseling, are conversations that are necessarily theological in nature....

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TIL 027 : Is Anger Always Sinful?

On this edition of Truth in Love, Dr. Lambert talks about whether anger is always sinful. Dr. Lambert makes it clear that the Bible teaches that there is a category of anger that is righteous. He talks about how Christians can establish whether or not they have righteous or sinful...

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