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Table of Contents
- Self-Pity Jay E. Adams
- What is this Thing Called ‘Chemical Imbalance’? Robert D. Smith, M.D.
- Psychology Gary L. Almy, M.D.
- God’s Judgment and AIDS Ed Payne, M.D.
- Worry Unmasked Stanley D. Gale
- Blind Faith? Marshall W. Hawkins
- Hyperbole, a Biblical Tool William Kooienga, Charles McIlhenny, and John Sittema
- God’s Plan for Success Charles H. Zimmerman
- A Caution against Overstating a Case Hilton P. Terrell
- Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Mo: Is Biblical Counseling It or No? George C. Scipione
- The Blind Watchmaker by Richard Dawkins William E. Wood
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