I Have a Psychiatric Diagnosis: What Does the Bible Say?
How Do We Think Biblically About Personality Tests?
How do we think biblically about personality tests? Are they helpful, harmful, or potentially both? Does Scripture have anything to […]
Best of Psychology with David Powlison
“We’re back today with another episode of our series, ‘Best of Psychology.’ The basic idea of the series is that […]
Existential Psychology with Ric Rodeheaver
“Have you ever noticed that sometimes even more important than what someone says is how they say it? Have you […]
Attachment with Julie Lowe
“One place that I hope CCEF can always be a great help to the church is by thinking about the […]
Best of Psychology with Mike Emlet
“Biblical Counseling and secular psychology: they haven’t always been the best of friends. That’s putting it mildly, and it makes […]
The question of causality: Nature, nurture and a whole lot more
Recently, Bryan College held a conference comparing five views of Christianity and Psychology. Dr. David Powlison concluded the conference with […]
How should biblical counselors view material from secular psychology?
How does biblical counseling theory differ from psychotherapy?
Can I pursue Psychiatry as a vocation while maintaining a biblical worldview?
David Powlison on the relationship between sin and psychopathology
How can biblical counselors understand mindfulness meditation?
This week our host Andrew Ray sits down with Winston Smith and Cecelia Bernhardt to discuss mindfulness meditation. Mindfulness meditation […]
Suffering and Secular Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy and faith
Who am I? I’m an introvert/extrovert. Who am I? I’m an addict. Who are the people that I’m talking to? […]