JBC Volume 13:2 (Winter 1995) PDF
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Table of Contents
- Ready to Speak, with Gentleness and Fear David Powlison
- Scripture and the Apologetic Task John Frame
- Change Them...Into What? Jay E. Adams
- Confession of a Psychological Heretic Richard Ganz
- A Discussion Among Clergy: Pastoral Counseling Talks with Secular Psychology Edward T. Welch
- Idols of the Heart and “Vanity Fair” David Powlison
- A Model for Preaching (Part Three) Timothy Keller
- Taking the Word to Heart: Self & Others in an Age of Therapies by Robert C. Roberts Kaleen M. Chase
- I and II Corinthians by Jay E. Adams David Powlison
Queries & Controversies
- Do You Ever Refer to Psychologists or Psychiatrists? David Powlison
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