Churches today are filled with hurting people struggling with serious personal problems. Many pastors believe they are unprepared to deal with these serious issues, so they refer their parishioners to professional counselors. As a result, psychological terminology has invaded the church in the areas of counseling, teaching, and family life. Biblical counseling training provides very little education in psychology, and psychology training provides little or not training in the Scripture. When a Christian needs to know the practical implications of a psychological term, this book is the most biblical and understandable resource available. This book takes the mystery out of these terms, and the Bible's teaching on each issue is clearly presented along with extensive Scripture cross-references to facilitate Bible study.
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Review 1 for The Christian's Guide to Psychological Terms
Date:February 6, 2013
This is a great book that tells the truths about the psychological terms that doctors convince people they have but may not be real. Most of those sicknesses are made up to make money...there is no way to test them to prove you have it!
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Review 2 for The Christian's Guide to Psychological Terms
Very helpful in biblical counseling.
Date:January 21, 2012
With so many new "diagnoses" around today, this book helps keep perspective between what are truly medical issues and what are plain old sinful human nature with new labels. Whether you completely agree with every listing or not, overrall it is well researched, clearly written and addresses every issue I went to look for. As a christian/biblical counselor I find it really valuable.