Luther’s 95 Theses for Salvation and the Biblical Counseling Coalition’s 95 Affirmations for Sanctification On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his now famous 95 Theses to the door of the All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany. In doing so, Luther was launching a reformation in how the church understood the gospel of Christ’s grace for
The top 6 books on a theology of biblical counseling introduces readers to the theological concepts that root the discipline in Scripture and real life.
A Word from Bob: David Jenkins of Equipping You in Grace interviewed me on his podcast about Gospel-Centered Counseling: How Christ Changes Lives. You can go to Dave’s site to listen to the podcast interview here. You can read the manuscript of the interview here: What Is Gospel-Centered Counseling? Here are a few of the topics you
A Word from Bob: This morning, David Jenkins did a podcast interview with me about Gospel-Centered Counseling: How Christ Changes Lives. As soon as the interview is “live,” I’ll provide a link. Here’s a manuscript of the interview. DJ: “Bob, please tell us a bit about your book Gospel-Centered Counseling: How Christ Changes Lives, why you wrote
I’ve started working on book 14: Martin Luther’s Pastoral Counseling: Counseling Under the Cross. In my previous post, I shared snippets from chapter 5: Gospel-Centered Comfort for Suffering. Today, I’m offering a taste of chapter 7: Christ’s Medicine for Suffering. Counsel of the Word In 1523, two Augustinian friars, Henry Vos and John van den
Empathy is not some secular Trojan Horse. It is a biblical word and a scriptural concept.