Editors Note: On Wednesday, Renee Hoskins (not ACBC certified) wrote a blog post expressing her concerns about recent criticisms of the 95 Theses. Today’s blog post offers a follow up from two seminary professors who are ACBC certified. The field of biblical counseling has been the beneficiary of…
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This vignette is one of many examples of how Luther encouraged his followers to reinterpret life by exegeting it from a gospel perspective. He cared for souls by promoting the curative attitude of spiritual insight into the redemptive meaning behind events and experiences: cure through looking at life through the lens of the cross of Christ.
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Psychology Today recently posted an article called “On the Myth of Chemical Imbalance” by Mark L. Ruffalo who is an assistant professor of psychiatry at the University of South Florida and maintains a private practice of psychotherapy in Tampa, FL. In the article Ruffalo references Allen Francis from Duke University School of…
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There are certainly many, many illnesses that cause suffering and misery, but none like age-related dementia and its evil twin, Alzheimer’s. These conditions slowly steal memories and abilities away from a person as the plaques and tangles make their way through the brain. Otherwise active, healthy people lose their ability to function in life. They first lose their short-term memory, then their long-term memories, then their ability to accomplish the most basic of tasks. They become, in many ways, babies in an adult body. Continue reading
The BCC loves to use our “megaphone” to highlight the ministry of leading biblical counseling groups. This weekend we want to make you aware of the upcoming Association of Biblical Counselor’s national conference: Psychology and a Biblical Worldview. Continue reading