JBC Volume 18:3 (Spring 2000) PDF
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Table of Contents
- “Peace, be still”: Learning Psalm 131 by Heart David Powlison
- Making Sense of the Suicide of a Christian Jeffrey S. Black
- Dichotomy or Trichotomy? How the Doctrine of Man Shapes the Treatment of Depression Winston Smith
- The Valley of the Shadow of Death Charles Spurgeon, abridged and adapted by Peter Masters
- Christian Doctors on Depression Addam Masri, Andy Smith, James Schaller, and Bob Smith
- Medical Treatments for Depressive Symptoms Edward Welch
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- How to Live by Truth (not Feelings) Timothy A. Bryant
- Lines in Pleasant Places: Joshua 15-19 Dean R. Ulrich
- The Freedom from Depression Workbook by Les Carter and Frank Minirth Anne Skinner
- Listening to Prozac by Peter Kramer Marc Davis
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