Book Review: The Biblical Counseling Movement After Adams
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This book from Heath Lambert offers a helpful review of the work of Jay Adams, who was instrumental in starting the modern biblical counseling movement. Lambert then discusses the second generation of biblical counselors and calls on those in the field to be part of its continued development, though he and reviewer Winston Smith differ in part as to the direction that development should take.