A landmark study of the history, development, and methodology of biblical counseling. Exploring the movement's evolution since Jay Adams, Lambert discusses the work of David Powlinson, Paul Tripp, and others to demonstrate how their emphasis on the sinner as sufferer, heart as key to motivation, and interaction with critics defines a more balanced approach to counseling. 192 pages, softcover from Crossway.
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This book was a great read. Not only did it give a great history of biblical counseling, it actually was a reminder of the why behind biblical counseling and explored some of the fundamentals; which aren't complicated. God's truths are not complicated, we humans, complicate everything. It was refreshing!