Editor’s note: This post provides an overview of the theology studies of Epistemology and Bibliology with applications pointing to biblical counseling. In this series of posts, Terry Enns provides an overview of 10 different areas of systematic theology. This post was excerpted from a message at our Annual Conference. You can listen to the message here. Read also […]

  Editor’s note: This post is part of a series, “Counseling and Communion.” This series of posts will examine the Lord’s Supper in relation to reconciliation, sanctification, and the hope of the gospel. You can read part 1 of this series here.  Although Paul addressed the Lord’s Supper most explicitly and extensively in 1 Corinthians […]

  Editor’s note: This post provides an overview of the theology studies of Epistemology and Bibliology with applications pointing to biblical counseling. In this series of posts, Terry Enns provides an overview of 10 different areas of systematic theology. This post was excerpted from a message at our Annual Conference. You can listen to the message here. Read also […]

  The Non-neutrality of Methods There is a method to the madness — right? Perhaps it should be stated that there is a madness that creates our methods. Methods of counseling are not generated from thin air. In fact, methods are created as a means to acquire or apply knowledge. Historically, psychology has amassed numerous […]

  Editor’s note: This post provides the grounding argument for why theology is needed in biblical counseling.  In this series of posts, Terry Enns provides an overview of 10 different areas of systematic theology. This post was excerpted from a message at our Annual Conference. You can listen to the message here.  The theology of biblical counseling is […]

  Words are a window through which what we worship is often revealed. Put another way, spoken thoughts are the pathway of discovering what is treasured deep down in the heart. Thus, before we seek to speak the truth about God and his Word into the life of others, we must first actively listen to […]

  Editor’s Note: This post is part 1 of 2 of a series about Isaiah. In this series of posts, Jason Kruis provides an overview of the book of Isaiah looking at judgement, historical interlude, salvation, and a homework example. Series Intro When Paul wrote that all Scripture is “breathed out by God and profitable […]

  Like many people, I have several pairs of earbuds that I keep in different locations to be used for various kinds of activities. I have a pair in my computer bag, two or three pair in my car, one in my desk at home, another on my nightstand, and at least one pair in […]

  Editor’s note: This post is part of a series, “Counseling and Communion.” This series of posts will examine the Lord’s Supper in relation to reconciliation, sanctification, and the hope of the gospel. I am not advocating that anyone ever administer the ordinance of the Lord’s Supper in the counseling room. Please, please don’t do […]

  OCD: More than just repeated hand-washing What do you think of when you think of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)? In contrast to cleanliness, health, or order, there are people who obsess over issues that are specifically moral or spiritual in nature, like obsessing over whether something they are doing is sinful or whether they will […]

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