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Harvest House Publishers Why Christians Can't Trust Psychology

Where should Christians go to heal the deep hurts in their hearts? Some say we need the Bible plus psychology; others say the Bible alone is sufficient. In Why Christians Can't Trust Psychologypastoral counselor Ed Bulkley addresses both sides of the issue to present trustworthy, biblical answers.
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Date:August 1, 2013
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Eldon
Location:Erin, TN
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This is a good book on the way Christians should think about psychology and the Bible. I recommend it.
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Date:April 30, 2009
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Reg Chute
If you've ever wondered what psychology is all about and why Christians should steer clear of it, then this is the book for you. Ed Bulkley has done an excellent job of explaining psychology in layman's terms and then redirecting the reader to the true source of life, the author and finisher of our faith, Jesus Christ!
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Date:May 13, 2008
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DRIS
Our church is going to touch this topic 1 time per year, just because it so persuades the church... Excellent book, quotes, resources, and of COURSE contextual scripture!
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Date:January 29, 2007
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stanford Muyila
I totally agree with Dr. Bulkley. His book gives solid biblical reasons why one has to rely on the Bible as source of wisdom and guidance. As I was going through it I almost cried seeing how the mass can be cheated by Satan. I would like to believe that those who see confusion in his writing are rather confused themselves, the message is so clear, biblically true and very practical. Let those who believe a person's interpretation of the WORD because he has great academic crediantials.
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Date:November 28, 2001
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Larry Gerber
I was very impressed with the book and how it simply uses God and His powerful Word to deal with the problems of today's world. I have recommended it to several valued friends for their opinions, and they agree with the author's concept. Definitely worth reading and applying.
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Date:May 31, 2001
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Allan Adams
This is an awesome book and I find it surprising more people aren't aware of it. This is a much needed teaching about the idea that the Bible does not contain the answers for the problems that are supposedly unique to the 21st century. The rise in "Christian Psychology" where Christians are being misled into believing that truth from Godless psychology can be mixed with the Bible is creating a generatio of victims that are not finding victory in their lives. Instead, they become professional patients. This is a must read for any believer, especially those that have tried psychology and are still bound up. It is a great encouragement and provides a roadmap based on the Word of God for emotional stability in a world that desperately needs it.
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