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Table of Contents
- Jay E. Adams
- “I Just Can’t Forgive Myself” – A Biblical Alternative to Self-Forgiveness Robert D. Jones
- Handling the Problem of Pressure Jay E. Adams
- A Biblical Alternative to Criticism Louis P. Priolo
- The Concept of “Glory” as it Relates to the Christian’s Self-Image Jeffrey Forrey
- What Do You Feel? David Powlison
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The Journal of Biblical Counseling (JBC) is currently published three times per year, available in both print and digital subscriptions. TheJBC was published as a print journal from 1993-2007 (Issues: 11:2–25:3). From 1977-1992, it was published as The Journal of Pastoral Practice (Issues: 1:1–11:1).