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Table of Contents
- Let’s Talk! David Powlison
- Opening Blind Eyes: Another Look at Data Gathering Paul David Tripp
- Anger Part 2: Three Lies About Anger and the Transforming Truth David Powlison
- “I Just Can’t Forgive Myself” A Biblical Alternative to Self-Forgiveness Robert D. Jones
- What You Should Know About Attention Deficit Disorder Edward T. Welch
- The Book of Daniel and the Godly Counselor George M. Schwab, Sr.
- “Shining Like Stars” John V. Yenchko
- Addictive Behavior and Running in Circles by Edward T. Welch and Gary Steven Shogren Kenneth Hurst
- Driven to Distraction by Edward M. Hallowell and John J. Ratey Edward T. Welch
- Great Christian Classics Series David Powlison
Queries & Controversies
- “Why is biblical counseling so concerned about the labels used to describe people’s problems?” Jay E. Adams
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