Seeking God’s Glory Through Self-Confrontation
This essay presents a model for biblical repentance. A person first determines that change should happen. He then designs a plan for change. And then he starts doing what he has resolved to do.
Almost anyone who struggles with the aftermath of a traumatic event will have some difficulty and concerns with memories of the event.
Plotting the Course
We need to be prepared to help those who have suffered in the aftermath of life-altering and sometimes life-ending affliction.
Eyes on the Covenantal King Rather Than Self as the Means to Victory in Terrifying Circumstance
What does the Bible teach about fear?
A couple can be equipped to face PTSD even if PTSD and its symptoms never leave their marriage.
The History of Christian Counseling and General Revelation
The integrative model of counseling misses the mark concerning the search and identification of truth by abusing the biblical doctrine of general revelation.
Read Freud, Skinner, and their followers as philosophy—not as science.
The Impossible Relationship between Evangelicalism and Reparative Therapy
The attitudes of our culture about homosexuality cannot change the sinfulness of it.
An Introduction and Biblical Analysis
Christian Psychology is a unique form of psychology which seeks to develop a distinctly Christian model for understanding the human condition.
A Biblical Evaluation of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is popular among many Christians who believe that it is able to be effectively integrated into a Christian worldview.
Evaluating Transformational Psychology’s Exegetical Foundations
There are many models of Christian counseling that vie for the consideration of the church.