Biblical counselors are concerned about a biblical worldview—about building our understanding of people, problems, and solutions from a rich, robust, Christo-centric, gospel-centered, God-glorifying foundation.
What does biblical counseling believe about descriptive research or what we might call research psychology?
“Where can we find wisdom for life in a broken world?”
For me, if I want to state publicly that I am a “biblical counselor,” then because parameters, definition, accountability, and collaboration matters, I want to be part of the larger “biblical counseling movement.”
If you had 1,000 words, what would you say to someone thinking about going to a doctor to ask about medication for depression?
I’ve been reflecting on comments on the posts where David Murray & I interacted about Depression, Medication, & Biblical Counseling. Here are 2 main thoughts.