“Let Me Draw a Picture: Understanding the Influences on the Human Heart.” Emlet gives a schema for communicating exactly how human responsibility (the “heart”) interacts with medical factors and social factors (“nature and nurture,” in the old debates). This helps counselors to map truth onto counselees’ life situations, reinterpreting their experience so they can see life with God’s gaze.
Let Me Draw a Picture: Understanding the Influences on the Human Heart
Author: Mike Emlet Date: January 01, 2002
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Other Articles Included in This Issue
- Review of “The Precious Promises of the Gospel” (1638-1668), 2000, by Joseph Alleine
- Review of Wrinkled but Not Ruined, 1999, by Jay Adams
- Counseling is the Church
- God’s Glory is the Goal of Biblical Counseling
- The Supremacy of God in Sunday School Teaching
- How John Calvin Led Me to Repent of Christian Psychology
- Tears and Laughter: Luke 8:40-56
- Let Me Draw a Picture: Understanding the Influences on the Human Heart
- Thankfulness: Even When It Hurts