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Crossway Books & Bibles Psychobabble: The Failure of Modern Psychology - & the Biblical Alternative

This book explores the difference between secular and biblically based counseling, and reminds Christians of the Bible's relevance in our broken world. Paperback, 144 pages.
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Great truth on subject.

Date:November 26, 2012
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Tweedle52
Location:Prince George, B.C.
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I have read and am glad I bought the book without knowing who the author was etc. It really reveals the truth about the subject in today's world. Thank you Richard Ganz
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Date:March 15, 2001
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Michael Hodge
Why are Christians turning to psychiatrists for counseling? What exactly is Christian counseling? Just how Christian should it be? Does secular psychology fit with the Bible? If you want to be challenged to realize that it is the job of the church to counsel its members, sit back and read. You can easily read this book in a few sittings and everything that you have been taught about counseling will be challenged.An excellent book on this topic. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.
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