We're getting group therapy today so we called on the best of the best: David Powlison, Director of Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, Senior Editor of the Journal of Biblical Counseling, and beloved counseling professor at Westminster Theological Seminary. We are delighted Todd is finally getting the help he needs, but we do have some other ground to cover. What is Biblical Counseling exactly and how important is it to the health of our Church? Is scripture sufficient for counseling? At the close of today's session, everyone's happy and David's take on Todd is as we feared: he's beyond help.
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The log in the complementarian eye.
The choice is now a simple one.
Their theology of the Trinity is worse than you thougtht...
The glove doesn't fit...
Wise words -- or maybe 'clickbait'? -- from the great Dutch theologian.
When parsing can no longer hide the truth
Yes, Rod was once an Anglican. At least according to the Mad Woman.
Random thoughts on ecumenism, Reformed Baptists, and predictable conversations.
Excellent instruction on the boundaries of historic Christian orthodoxy
Mark Jones offers some more refelctions on ERAS and Nicaea.