In my last post I wrote about the need for believers in Christ to point their brothers and sisters to God's truth rather than relying on humanistic psychology. I also wrote about the importance on not blaming sin on others, childhood environment, or a chemical imbalance. In this post I wanted to share a few... Continue Reading →
Can We Blame It On The Brain?
Not long ago, I finished a really good book. I had read it before during my seminary days. I enjoyed it the second time just as much as I did the first. Edward Welch is a Christian counselor that brings great clarity to the Christian church when it comes to understanding and dealing with mental... Continue Reading →