Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Edward T. Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from problems rooted in the heart. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and friends to help others- or themselves- deal with personal struggles and responsibilities. While focusing on a few common disorders, Dr. Welch lays out a series of practical steps adaptable to a wide range of conditions, habits, or addictions.
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Review 1 for Blame It On the Brain?
Biblical, relevant, and eye-opening
Date:March 6, 2012
This book is not afraif to answer the tough questions, especially with respect to alcoholism and homosexuality. It views psychology and neoruscience through a Biblical lens and applies Biblical principles to problems. Starting off from the Biblical position that homosexuality is a sin, it refutes all of the so-called scientific evidence that it is genetic. At the same time, it promotes love and compassion as answer, leading to the revelation that people can be delivered
An easy book to read ... highly recommended
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Review 2 for Blame It On the Brain?
written with truth and compassion
Date:November 22, 2010
Florence And John Van Gorkom
I found this book very good because there was a good description of the clinical aspects of the disorders ; it was done with great compassion and understanding; and done WITHOUT taking away the authority of God's word and the biblical world view that should come from that authority. A valuable read to anyone involved in church ministry at any level.