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Table of Contents
- Secular Psychologies and the Christian Perspective Gregory Gavrilides
- Nouthetic Counseling: Toward a Christian Theory of Personality Ed Hinson
- Adlerian Theory and Pastoral Counseling Gary G. Plumlee
- Developing Marital Unity Through a Common Philosophy of Raising Children Wayne A. Mack
- Book Reviews
The Marriage Gap by Stanley Rosner and Laura Hobe Doug Robinson
Parents and Teenagers: Getting Through to Each Other by Margaret Albrecht Jim Sproul
Meet Me in the Middle: On Becoming Human Together by Charlotte Holt Clinebell Hoise Birks
Medicine and Health
- Antipsychotic Drugs Joseph B. Vander Veer, Jr.
- Headache: Tumor, Bleeding, and Infection in the Brain Bob Smith
- Medical News of Interest to the Nouthetic Counselor
- Book Review
Intended for Pleasure, by Ed and Gaye Wheat
- The Pastor and Missions Francis R. Steele
- Doomsday Postponed G. R. Fisher
- World’s Most Dangerous Book? Kurt Goedelman
- News Notes
- Book Briefs
The Todd Phenomenon, by Darryl E. Hicks and David A. Lewis
- Preaching Christ from Proverbs (Part 1) E. Langston Haygood
Hebrew Helps for Busy Pastors (Part 3)
- Third Set of Hebrew Helps Milton Fisher and Dwight Zeller
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