Four Christian doctors discuss how they work to think biblically about depression within their practice of medicine. What do you see in patients? Is there a difference between depressed Christians and depressed non-Christians? Do you have a theory of depression? What do you do when you encounter a patient who is depressed? Do you think medications are appropriate? Do you refer depressed patients for counseling? How can biblical counseling speak effectively to Christian physicians or psychiatrists?
Christian Doctors on Depression: Addam Masri, Andy Smith, James Schaller, Bob Smith Interviewed by Ed Welch
Author: Ed Welch Date: January 01, 2000
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- Peace, be still: Learning Psalm 131 by Heart
- Making Sense of the Suicide of a Christian
- Review of Listening to Prozac by Kramer
- Dichotomy or Trichotomy? How the Doctrine of Man Shapes the Treatment of Depression
- The Valley of the Shadow of Death
- Medical Treatments for Depressive Symptoms
- How to Live by Truth (Not Feelings)
- Christian Doctors on Depression: Addam Masri, Andy Smith, James Schaller, Bob Smith Interviewed by Ed Welch