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Advanced Theology Track

Starting in the Spring of 2015, ACBC will begin offering an Advanced Theology Track at our regional training events. This track will equip counselors to better understand how theology relates to counseling.
Because we agree with Jesus about this reality, at ACBC we devote an entire track of our counseling training to the kind of robust theology that is the basis of the Christian faith and the Christian life. Theology is not just something for academics in an ivory tower of Christian higher learning. Jesus prays that normal Christians, like you and me, would know how to use the truths of theology to help trouble people grow in their ability to live faithful and vibrant lives.  At our ACBC trainings we are going to show you how to do this.

For those interested in ACBC certification, the new Advanced Theology Track will cover all of the material that is needed for completing the theology exam. This unique track will serve as an excellent resource for those completing phase two of certification.

The Advanced Theology Track will be offered at the Denver 2016 regional training event.

A sample of session topics in this new track inlcude the following:

  • Biblical Counseling and the Inspiration, Inerrancy, and Authority of Scripture
  • Biblical Counseling and the Sufficiency of Scripture
  • Biblical Counseling and the Question of On-going Revelation
  • Biblical Counseling, General Revelation and Special Revelation
  • Biblical Counseling, Common Grace, and Noetic Effects of Sin
  • Biblical Counseling and the Doctrine of Union with Christ
  • Biblical Counseling and the Doctrine of the Church
  • Biblical Counseling and a Biblical View of the Person
  • Biblical Counseling and the Doctrine of Sanctification
  • Biblical Counseling and the Exclusivity of the Gospel
  • Biblical Counseling and the Image of God
  • Biblical Counseling and the Doctrine of Justification
  • Biblical Counseling and the Person of Christ
  • Biblical Counseling and the Work of Christ
  • Biblical Counseling, the Holy Spirit, and Guidance
  • Biblical Counseling and the Doctrine of the Trinity
  • Biblical Counseling and the Centrality of Repentance