Secular Vs Biblical Counseling, Part Four

2016-05-09T20:34:19+00:00

 SECULAR VS BIBLICAL COUNSELING, PART FOUR Many Christians who are having difficulties within their families are advised to turn to a counselor for help. As a Christian they will usually feel justified in searching out

Secular Vs Biblical Counseling, Part Four2016-05-09T20:34:19+00:00

Secular Vs Biblical Counseling, Part Three

2016-05-02T20:31:41+00:00

VIEWS OF “NEEDS” In secular psychological circles, Alfred Adler first theorized that man had a hierarchy of needs and Abraham Maslow expanded the theory and convinced society that these needs are truth. Maslow’s hierarchy of

Secular Vs Biblical Counseling, Part Three2016-05-02T20:31:41+00:00

Secular Vs Biblical Counseling Part Two

2016-04-25T20:25:43+00:00

VIEWS OF GOD All major systems of psychology are atheistic, explicit or implicit, although there may be reference to “The god in all of us” or other such euphemisms. There is freedom for the client

Secular Vs Biblical Counseling Part Two2016-04-25T20:25:43+00:00

Secular Vs Biblical Counseling Part One

2016-04-18T20:24:55+00:00

 SECULAR VS BIBLICAL COUNSELING PART ONE At Runnymede School for Boys, we employ only Biblical counseling when working with our students. This is not an accident or something we do lightly. We reject secular psychology

Secular Vs Biblical Counseling Part One2016-04-18T20:24:55+00:00