Dynamics of Biblical Change

Course Description

The way that you counsel other people is determined by how you understand God, yourself, other people, life’s pressures, and change. This course addresses the depth, breadth, and balance of your understanding. How does Christ’s past grace, present grace, and future grace speak to our hearts and change how we live our daily lives? This course is about people. It is about how we face the troubles of life. It is about how we deal with our inner struggles. It is about how we change into Jesus’ image. Through case studies, class lectures, assigned readings, and Scripture, you’ll explore these practical questions. Self-counseling projects will help you to make first-hand, practical application of the concepts learned in class.

Course Registration

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Spring
Dynamics of Biblical Change
Online
Jan 14, 2015 - Apr 15, 2015
Summer
Dynamics of Biblical Change
Online
May 13, 2015 - Aug 12, 2015

 

About the Professor

David Powlison

David Powlison, M.Div., Ph.D. In addition to serving as CCEF's Executive Director, David is a faculty member at CCEF as well as the Senior Editor of the Journal of Biblical Counseling. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an M.Div. degree from Westminster Theological Seminary. David has been counseling for over thirty years. He has written numerous articles on biblical counseling and on the relationship between faith and psychology. His books include Speaking Truth in LoveSeeing with New EyesPower Encounters: Reclaiming Spiritual Warfare; and The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and Context. David has taught across the United States and in Korea, India, Brazil, Europe, and Sri Lanka. 

Required Books

Students must purchase separately, any other required reading is provided with course access. 
Why Does it Have to Hurt? by Dan McCartney
The Christian Life by Sinclair Ferguson

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