Psychology and Christian Theology

I WANT TO REVISIT a subject I've spoken about several times over the years. Can psychology and Christian theology be integrated into a meaningful, powerful, and comprehensive form of counseling. Mark R. McMinn, Ph.D., writes, "The healing motif woven throughout the narrative of human history reflects a common pattern to healing and health."1 Psychology is …

First Principles Part Nine: Fear of the LORD

"FEAR NOT" IS THE most repeated command in the Bible, appearing at least 365 times. The topic of fear is addressed over 500 times. Yet, it is important to note that God never wants us to be afraid of His manifest presence. Angels who appear throughout Scripture always call out, "Fear not." Moses said to …

First Principles Part Eight: Praise

PRAISE IS A MIGHTY weapon and the sign of a healthy Christian. In fact, it facilitates access to God, enlarging our perception of Him. He must always be our focus regardless of the circumstances. Merriam-Webster defines praise as 1 a : an expression of approval : commendation; b : worship; 2a : value, merit.(1) Paul …

“Don’t Blame the Mirror!”

THE APOSTLE PAUL WROTE, "Look at what is before your eyes" (2 Cor. 10:7a). He continued, "Not that we dare to classify or compare ourselves with some of those who are commending themselves... when they measure themselves by one another and compare themselves with one another, they are without understanding" (2 Cor. 10:12). We must …

The Revelation: Part Nine (the Rapture)

THERE IS A LONG-STANDING history of competing beliefs regarding when Jesus will scoop up the church of believers during the end of days. This event is typically referred to as "the Rapture." The word “rapture” is an English version of the Latin word rapio, from which we get the word “raptor,” a kind of bird …

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