Discipleship Counseling: Forgiveness, Rebellion and Deception


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Discipleship Counseling: Forgiveness, Rebellion and Deception
Discipleship Counseling: Forgiveness, Rebellion and Deception
Neil T. Anderson’s book, Discipleship Counseling, presents both a justification for Christ-centered therapy as a therapeutic modality, as well as a convincing case for the need to mesh traditional clinical psychology approaches with spiritual-based guidance based on scripture and the teachings of Christ. This paper presents an overview of Anderson’s general theme, then discusses in greater detail three themes his “steps to freedom in Christ,” which presents his sanctifying process in detail. Three additional scholarly sources are cited to encourage greater understanding of the value...
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..... (Hinson, 1999, p. 165), which speaks to the essence of what Anderson is talking about in his thesis, and forms the foundation of healing and strengthening the individual’s relationship with God.
Anderson, N.T. (2003). Discipleship Counseling: The complete guide to helping others walk in freedom and grow in Christ. Beardsley, MN: Regal.
Foster, R. J. (1998). Celebration of discipline: The path to spiritual growth. San Francisco: HarperOne.
Hall, T.W. & Porter, S.L. (2004). Referential integration: An emotional information processing perspective on the process of integration. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 32(3): 167-80.
Hinson, E. G. (1999). Spiritual preparation for Christian leadership. Nashville, TN: Upper Room Books.