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JBC Volume 5:3 (1982) PDF


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Table of Contents


  • Christian Writing Jay E. Adams

Special Feature

  • Should Women Teach? Cecil Williamson


  • Counsel on Being Reconciled to Our Brother Tim Crater
  • What Do You Do When Church Discipline Fails? G. R. Fisher
  • The Key to the Casebook Jay E. Adams

Medicine and Health

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome Robert D. Smith
  • Medical News of Interest to the Nouthetic Counselor


  • You Never Had It So Tough Milton Fisher

Para Christianity

  • Is the Book of Mormon a Translation? Dan Vogel
  • The Straw Man of the Watchtower Society M. Kurt Goedelman
  • Help in Confronting the Newer Cults John P. Juedes

Book Review

  • Religion and Sexuality: Three American Communal Experiments of the Nineteenth Century by Lawrence Foster John E. Thompson
  • News Notes - 126

Pastoral Work

  • Call No Man Teacher, Father, Rabbi . . . or Pastor? David Foster


  • I Heard It—Did You? Jay E. Adams
  • Announcing: A Sermon Contest
  • Textual, Topical, or Expository preaching? Jay E. Adams


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