Counseling: How to Counsel Biblically, by John F. MacArthur
- Author: John F. MacArthur
- With: Wayne A. Mack
Gain a deeper understanding of counseling methods that are practical and consistent with Christian theological convictions.
What do the Scriptures truly say about counseling? What is the biblical basis for using Scriptures in counseling? What does it mean to think biblically about counseling-related issues?
At the heart of this book is the confidence that Christ and His Word are not only sufficient for effectively handling the personal and interpersonal challenges of life, but are superior to the resources found in the world. The practice of psychological counseling is a ministry and should not belong only to the realm of humanistic and secular theories of the mind.
Written to pastors, elders, deacons, seminary students, and laypeople; well-known pastor John MacArthur offers a system of biblical truth that brings together people, their problems, and the living God. This kind of counseling is built on the convictions that:
- God's Word should be our counseling authority
- Counseling is part of the basic discipling ministry of the local church
- God's people can and should be trained to counsel effectively
Counseling: How to Counsel Biblically offers biblical guidelines to counsel people who are struggling. The contributors are some of America's leading biblical teachers and counselors such as Ken L. Sarles, David Powlison, Douglas Bookman, David B. Maddox, Robert Smith, William W. Goode, and Dennis M. Swanson.
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