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Totally Sufficient: The Bible and Christian Counseling
Contributors: Gary L. Almy, W. Wilson Benton Jr, Edward G. Dobson, Howard Eyrich, Ronald E. Hawkins, Ed Hindson, Arnold Hyndman, Wayne A. Mack, Paul Madtes Jr, David Powlison, C. Dwayne Shafer, Chris Thurman, Edward T. Welch. Christian counselors agree that the Bible's message of salvation can radically change lives. Scripture can lead even the most unlikely people to fait ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published July 21st 2004 by Christian Focus Publications
(first published May 1997)
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Very good book. This book is to Biblical Counseling what Pastor Wilson's books are to education. We have become a psychologized world. we have abandoned God. We have bought the lie that we are simply brains and bodies. But the Bible says there is a lot more to us than that. We were made in the image of God and thus we think and act and emote and are responsible for our actions, thoughts, motives, and decisions. God does exist and he is Lord. We live our lives in the world he created. And the Bib ...more
Ed Hindson (born Edward Hindson on December 21, 1944) is an American Christian evangelist and current host of The King Is Coming, a syndicated television broadcast shown across the United States. Hindson has written more than twenty books that deal with Bible prophecy and the imminent return of Jesus. He is a professor of Old Testament studies and Eschatology at Liberty University in Lynchburg, V ...moreMore about Edward E. Hindson...
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“The current plethora of psychotherapeutic approaches can offer temporary relief from emotional pain, but they can never meet the deepest need of the human heart. Therefore, all secular counseling approaches fall short of truly meeting a hurting person at the deepest level of their need for God. Secular approaches cannot meet sacred needs.”
“None of the illustrations, observations, or details that secularists present are necessary for the task of understanding and helping people. We already have all we need – the authoritative, indispensable, perspicuous, sufficient, and superior revelation of God in His Word (Isaiah 8:19-20). Why, then, would any Christian think that we must turn to extrabiblical theories or the practices of men for understanding and promoting change in people?”More quotes…