Reformation! Martin Luther, Gospel and Counseling

Today marks the 500th anniversary of the event that sparked the Protestant Reformation.  On Oct. 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the wooden doors of a Roman Catholic church in Wittenberg, Germany. In his theses, Luther, a Catholic monk, attacked the church’s corruption and indulgences-for-sale system. Shares pastor Kevin DeYoung at The Gospel…

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A Theology of Biblical Counseling: The Doctrinal Foundations of Counseling Ministry Book Review

Nate Brooks

Nate Brooks

Heath Lambert is not naive as to the contrary position he’s espousing in A Theology of Biblical Counseling. The first words of the first chapter declare, “Counseling is a theological discipline. There. If you have continued to read beyond the first sentence, you have already completed the most controversial part of this book” (p. 11). The disagreement between integrationists and biblical counselors has always been largely jurisdictional. Continue reading

15:14 Ep. 003 – John and Janie Street

The BCC

The BCC

In this episode of 15:14 Curtis interviews Dr. John Street & Mrs. Janie Street about life, ministry and their recent book The Biblical Counseling Guide for Women. Dr. Street also offers wisdom from his decades of biblical counseling ministry to those who are just getting started. Continue reading

Learn about the BCC Book Review Site…and Win a Free Book!

The BCC

The BCC

As a BCC staff member, I was preparing a new BCC book review when I started perusing our book review site. I was amazed at all the book resources we have—all the book reviews, book lists, book author Interviews, and more. So…I decided to hold the new book review for next week, and use today’s book review post to re-introduce you—our readers—to our book review site. Continue reading