JBC Volume 21:1 (Fall 2002) PDF
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Table of Contents
- Love Speaks Many Languages Fluently David Powlison
- Judging Others: the Danger of Playing God Ken Sande
- Painstaking Truth for Painful Times William P. Smith
- The Bridge Over Trouble Waters: Overcoming Crippling Fear by Faith and Love Andrew H. Selle
- Dawning Insights and Changing Agendas Winston Smith
- Learning Contentment in All Your Circumstances Robert D. Jones
- Judging According to the Bible D. Patrick Ramsey
- The King’s Humiliation Skip Ryan
- Research into the Placebo Effect Edward Welch
Queries & Controversies
- How should a Christian Counselor Think About Hypnotism? Edward Welch
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