Posted in biblical counseling, Christianity, Depressed, Depression, Edward Welch, Nouthetic Counseling, Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, Reformed, Theology, tagged biblical counseling, Christianity, Depressed, Depression, Edward Welch, Reformed on March 16, 2017|
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I plan to review more counseling booklets for the sake of the edification and encouragement of the church.
Edward Welch. Depression: The Way Up When You Are Down. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing, October 1st, 2000. 28 pp.
5 out of 5
Purchase: Westminster | Amazon
This is a counseling booklet that’s part of the series published by Presbyterian and Reformed called “Resources for Changing Lives.” In this series of 26 booklets biblical counselor Edward Welch wrote this one on the issue of depression. After reading this booklet myself I thought this was a helpful resource for Pastors to assign as a reading assignment for someone whom they are counseling concerning depression. And Pastors definitely need resources on depression if they are going to be prepared to minister to people and their problems.
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Posted in Apologetic Links, christian apologetics, Christianity, Christology, God, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Michael J. Kruger, Michael Kruger, Reformed, Theology, tagged Christ, Christianity, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Michael Kruger, New Testament on March 16, 2017|
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I appreciate Reformed Theological Seminary doing these videos for their #WisdomWednesday series which different faculty answers different questions in short video interview formats.
I appreciate Dr. Kruger’s contribution in understanding the Canon and also apologetics.
Here in this video he answers the question: “Did Jesus claim to be God?”
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