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JBC Volume 12:1 (Fall 1993) PDF


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Table of Contents


  • What if Your Father Didn’t Love You? David Powlison


  • 25 Years of Biblical Counseling: An Interview with Jay Adams and John Bettler Conducted by David Powlison
  • Recovering God in the Age of Therapy Gary Steven Shogren
  • Disorderly Eating…for the Rest of Us Elyse Fitzpatrick
  • Birth Dearth or Bring on the Babies? Biblical Perspectives on Family Planning Daniel Doriani

Pastoral Practice

  • Pastor’s Self-Evaluation Questionnaire Timothy J. Keller and David A. C. Powlison

Book Reviews

  • Love is a Choice: Recovery for Codependent Relationships by Robert Hemfelt, Frank Minirth and Paul Meier Robert D. Jones
  • Luther’s Prayers edited by Herbert F. Brokering David Powlison
  • Great Divides: Understanding the Controversies that Come Between Christians by Ronald Nash Mark Horne


  • A Call to Order: Reflections on the Rhetoric of Evasion Jack Beatty
  • A Response to Jack Beatty’s “A Call to Order” Jiles H. Brooks, Jr.


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