JBC Volume 19:1 (Fall 2000) PDF
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Table of Contents
- Troubling the Waters—and Spreading Oil on the Waves David Powlison
- Polemic Theology, or How to Deal with Those Who Differ from Us Roger R. Nicole
- Resolving Conflict Christ’s Way Robert D. Jones
- Affirmations & Denials: A Proposed Definition of Biblical Counseling David Powlison
- Consciences that Condemn: When Moral Thermostats Go on the Blink Gary L. Nebeker and Norman L. Thiesen
- A Nigerian Pastor Talks about Counseling Interview with Samuel Amoor
- Heaven and Hell: Two Sermons John Yenchko
- The Empty Couch Joan Acocella
- Prozac Backlash: Overcoming the Dangers of Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, and Other Antidepressants with Safe, Effective Alternatives by Joseph Glenmullen Ed Welch
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