Biblical Counseling Vs Secular Counseling

  • Ethic in Counseling

    is the purpose of this paper to address the topic of ethics in group counseling. This author will define what group ethics is according to the psychological organizations such as the American Counseling Association (ACA), and the Association of Specialist in Group Work (ASGW). This author will also address what the American Association of Christian Counselor (AACC) has to say about the ethical standards for Christian Counseling. To effectively practice ethically group therapy a counselor needs to

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  • Counseling

    PART II Background Information INITIAL COUNSELING To discuss the following subjects: 1. Performance and Job Knowledge 2. Physical Fitness 3. Military Appearance 4. Education

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  • Discipleship Counseling

    of ‘discipleship counseling,’ a philosophy of counseling articulated by Neil T. Anderson in his 2003 book of the same name. In the field of Christian Counseling there is a need for mixing secular psychiatric science and theological teaching. The first point addresses in Dr Neil T. Anderson book is that Christians are hurting for their lack of understanding of who they are in Christ. In the second point in this paper addresses the organizational structure of discipleship counseling that must be met

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  • Discipleship Counseling

    Abstract Neil Anderson’s book, Discipleship Counseling, is packed with information and insight that was inspired by the Holy Spirit on how to help people break free from personal or spiritual bondage and to also find the peace that only Christ can offer. Information is presented in a way that will enable a counselor to be more comfortable, confident and competent in a role as encourager. Knowledge is also shared so the counselor can be the kind of helper that is needed to help people be set free

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  • Counseling

    Annotated Bibliographies Fontes, L.A. (2000). Children Exposed to Marital Violence: How School Counselors Can Help. Professional School Counseling, 3(4), 231-236. This article was chosen because it offered a different perspective than that of previous ones. Obviously, its focus is on interventions potentially useful to school counselors. However, this author felt it was an important article to include. This is because private practitioners frequently consult with school counselors about their

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  • Counseling

    Walden allows the students to develop their own style and learn more about themselves in order to better their skills in the real world. Within the school of Counseling and Social Services, their vision is one of the most uplifting statements that made me confirm my reasoning’s for choosing this particular University. The School of Counseling and Social Services envisions a future where students and faculty join together as scholars-practitioners (Walden University n.d.). They want students and faculty

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  • Counseling

    OXFORD – PHILIPPINES INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Salawag Campus, Cavite CAREER COUNSELING A WRITTEN REPORT ON GUIDANCE and COUNSELING Submitted by: JANET R. PINTO RAQUEL F. HERNANDEZ Submitted to: Dr. LUZ B. DASMARIňAS Professor CAREER COUNSELING I. INTRODUCTION Keeping a balance between personal and professional life is quite important for any person. At times we get so get stressed out owing to the work pressure that the momentum is somewhere lost. A such a phase of

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  • Counseling

    the premise that clients are self-aware, or can achieve self-awareness. • It is time-bounded. • It is a skilled activity • Personal issues may be discussed but the emphasis is on performance on work. Differences between Counseling and Coaching: |Counseling |Coaching | |Broader focus and greater depth |Narrower focus

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  • Biblical Counseling vs. Secular Counseling

    Biblical Counseling vs. Secular Counseling CCOU 201-D11 LOU: Introduction to Christian Counseling Xxxxx X. XXXXXXX L33333333 Liberty University 24 April 2013 There is a need for effective biblical counseling now more than ever. As the world progresses to the stages prophesized anarchy God’s people as well as lost souls need the appropriate direction in life. Crabb clearly states in his introduction that the purpose his book, Effective Biblical Counseling, is to incorporate the principles

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  • Discipleship Counseling

    Discipleship Counseling Sharon Drexler Liberty University Abstract Neil Anderson’s book, entitled Discipleship Counseling is a complete guide to teach how to help those who are hurting. This book is a useful resource to counselors, pastors, church leaders, or anyone who needs a step by step guide to biblical counseling. Dr. Anderson gives readers a very strong foundation of counseling through Christ, the work of the Holy Spirit, truth, the counselee’s faith, and the support of the church

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  • Effective Biblical Counseling

    Comparison Paper “Effective Biblical Counseling” By Dr. Larry Crabb Presented to Dr. Jaeduk Kim Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary Lynchburg, VA In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the course Theology and Spirituality in Counseling PACO 507-B02 By James E. Hulsey (ID#L24531662) AUGUST 31, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction………………………………………………………………………………...01 II. Summary…………………………………………………………………………………

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  • Christian /Counseling

    of convincing the reader with his philosophies. I will discuss the four perspectives: Goal of Christian Counseling, Basic Concepts, Basic Strategy, and Developing a Counseling Program in the local Church as recorded in Effective Biblical Counseling. Then will Compare and Contrast the assigned articles listed in the course. Goal of Christian Counseling Dr. Crabb, stated, “many of us place top priority not on becoming Christ like in the middle of

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  • Family Counseling

    Family Counseling Approach: Structural Model Jennifer Tankard Liberty University Abstract Structural family therapist takes an approach to therapy that seeks to help the entire family rather than looking at the family member that has a presenting problem. Healthy families have a healthy balance within the family subset when clearly defined roles are present. Structural family therapy was developed by Salvador Minuchin and a team of researchers from New York. The techniques of the theory are

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  • Family Counseling Approach: Narrative Counseling

    Construction Model and several facets of this approach including poststrucuralism, deconstructionism, self-narratives, cultural narratives, therapeutic conversations, ceremonies, letters and leagues. A personal integration of faith in this family counseling approach is presented and discussed also in this paper. NARUMI AMADOR’S FAMILY CONSELING APPROACH Introduction Narrative therapy is found under the Social Construction Model. Using the Narrative approach, the therapist

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  • Counseling

    Lim, H.K. & Menon, S. (1982). Socio-psychological perspectives on students in four secondary schools in Selangor. Paper presented at National Conference on Adolescents, Kuala Lumpur. Llyod, A. (1986). The sources of citations for guidance and counseling articles. Jurnal PERKAMA, 2, 29-38. Llyod, A. (1987).Counselor education in Malaysia. Counselor Education and Supervision, 26(3), 221-227. Ministry of Education (MOE), Malaysia (1964). Appointment of Guidance Teachers [Perlantikan Guru Bimbingan]

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  • Ethics Code Used in Counseling

    Contrasting of Ethic Codes Used in Counseling GXXXXX January 26, 2013 COUN 501 – B49 LUO Liberty University Abstract Enclosed within this paper is a compendium of the American Counseling Association (ACA) Code of Ethics (2005) and the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) Code of Ethics (2004) which are two forms of ethics codes that professional counselors frequently use. It is the aim of this document to not only supply the reader with some basic information about these two

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  • Biblical Counseling: Compare and Contrast Secular Counseling Theories

    Biblical Counseling: Compare and Contrast Secular Counseling Theories 1 The definition of counseling in Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary says “professional guidance of the individual by utilizing psychological methods especially in collecting case history data, using various techniques of the personal interview, and testing interests and aptitudes” (counseling. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster. Retrieved November 24, 2013, from ). Each person was brought into

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  • Biblical Words Related to Counseling

    This section examines three words related to counseling as a means of bringing clarity to Biblical counseling expectations. The words wisdom, counsel, and wicked were closely examined using Strong‟s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, Vines Concise Dictionary of the Bible, as well as a variety of online bible dictionaries and commentaries. Additionally many different translations of the Bible were consulted. These included the New American Standard, King James Version, New International Version

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  • Biblical Counseling: Compare and Contrast Secular Counseling Theories

    cognitive restructuring A 2009 meta-analysis of small, limited-quality RCTs noted that CBT based on re-exposure to memories of the traumatic event, when started within 3 months of the event, is more effective than supportive counseling for adults with ASD; supportive counseling is more effective than no treatment at all.3 Exposure-based therapy reduces subsequent PTSD symptoms in adults with ASD more than cognitive restructuring.2 Exposurebased CBT attempts to decrease unrealistic anxiety by challenging

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  • Comparison Paper Effective Biblical Counseling

    Comparison Paper 1 – Crabb PACO 507 Theology and Spirituality Counseling Susie N. McCoy Liberty University Dr. Max Mills Spring 2014 Comparison of Larry Crabb’s Book Effective Biblical Counseling This comparison paper will briefly evaluate Larry Crabb’s (1977) reflection, responses, and summary given in his book Effective Biblical Counseling: A Model for Helping Caring Christians Become Capable Counselors, Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. This comparison will reflect on Crabb’s (1977)

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  • Comparison Paper of Dr. Larry Crabb’s Effective Biblical Counseling

    Submitted to Dr. Marcus Tanner, LMFTA in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course, Theology and Spirituality in Counseling PACO 507 - D05 Name of Student: John Santiago Student ID: L24473755 Class: PACO 507-D05 LUO Instructor’s Name: Dr. Marcus Tanner, LMFTA Date Submitted: 03/20/2014 Summary Dr. Crabb’s book “Effective Biblical Counseling: a Model for Helping Caring Christians Become Capable Counselors,” (Crabb, 1997), breaks problematic areas up into two categories

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  • Grief Counseling

    Grief Counseling, Counselor Competence, and a Christian Perspective Liberty University Abstract Grief is a common universal experience that everyone is faced with at some point in their lives. In today’s society, more people are turning to professional grief counselors for help dealing with his or her loss through acceptance in order to move forward in their lives. Different types of grief are discussed, as well as different strategies, interventions, and techniques used depending

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  • Christian Counseling Compare and Contrast

    Compare and Contrast Paper Bianca Withers CC 201 Part I: Goal of Christian Counseling Psalm 1:1-2 “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.” The scripture goes on to say that “he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of the water, that brings forth his fruit in his season.” The scripture speaks of

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  • Counseling Theories Paper

    Counseling Theory Paper Cherish Stokely Liberty University Abstract This counseling theory paper combines different aspects of various counseling theories and puts them into one unified theory. This new theory takes in account my personal beliefs and worldview. This theory is not permanent, but is put together to allow direction for future counseling sessions. Although each client has a unique situation, this theory can be a basis on how a counselor would start the interaction between herself

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  • Counseling

    Head: ETHICAL CONCIDERATIONS FOR GROUP LEADERSHIP Ethical Considerations for Group leadership in Counseling David Cook Liberty University HSER 511-04 Dr. Pinkston July 4, 2014 Abstract Ethics has been in the forefront in the counseling field, especially in the recent cases of PTSD and military and family counseling. This type of family and group counseling presents new ethical considerations for professionals. Group leaders have to be aware of new updates in

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  • Counseling Clinical Depression: Nouthetic Versus Contemporary Christian Counseling

    serotonin in the brain. Treatment of clinical depression in the Christian community is as debated as the issue of counseling itself. In 1970, in response to what was believed to be a secular and anti-Christian view of how to deal with counseling issues for believers, Jay E. Adams popularized nouthetic counseling for believers. Adams believed that using secular methods for Christian counseling, because it relied heavily on the beliefs and studies of Freud and Jung was inept to solve the problems that people

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  • Biblical & Secular Views on Counseling

    Running head: Biblical & Secular Views Biblical & Secular Views on Counseling John Smith Liberty University Abstract Whether a counselor comes from a strong Christian background, or a secular one, the goals of the professional should remain in the best interests of the client. Still, it remains important where the views of that counselor originated from and where the source of their motivation and ethical standards are derived. This paper attempts to compare

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  • Biblical Counseling

    Larry Crabb’s Theory of Biblical Counseling Dr. Larry Crabb has a unique approach to counseling. His system of counseling, called Biblical counseling, will be explained in great detail. Dr. Crabb’s first book, Basic Principles of Biblical Counseling, was published in 1975. The basic parts and theories of his system, along many changes in theology and emphasis’ will be also explained in detail. Crabb (1975) believes that ". . . the most basic problem of every human being is his separation from God

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  • Ethics in Counseling

    The Heart of Counseling Joe Frazier Liberty University   Abstract Ethics and ethical behavior is indispensable in the therapist-client relationship. The professional organizations for psychotherapy professionals have recognized the need to formalize baseline behaviors in codes of ethics that give the minimum standard of practice for therapists. An examination of the aspects of confidentiality, competence, dual roles, sexual intimacies and termination will demonstrate the need for and directed

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  • Christian Counseling

    Nadine Mooney December 12, 2014 Christian Counseling The goal of Christian Counseling, according to Dr. Crabb, is to become more like the Lord. Counseling can go down many roads, leaving patients with the “I want to feel good” feeling, or I want to be happy (Crabb, 1977, p. 22). However, in order to fully be happy or to feel good, you must put the Lord first, especially in counseling. The more I abide in Christ, the more I will enjoy the pleasures available in fellowship with God (happiness)

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  • Counseling

    Introduction to Counseling Written Assignment # 1 I. What is professional counseling? Discuss the most recent trends in counseling. Professional counseling is a service provided voluntary and confidential with the focus on the developmental, situational problems of individuals of all ages and culture. Professional counselors help individuals to make decisions and resolve conflicts. Counselors provide service on different settings like the workplace, schools, colleges and other places

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  • Secular vs Biblical Worldviews

    Part 1 I am selecting the worldview of Secular Humanism for this assignment. (This sentence not included in word count) The Question of Origin, from a Secular Humanist worldview, is that there is no God but that humans evolved over time, from nonliving matter, into complex living beings. Science explains creation and any thought of a deity or Supreme Being, be it the God of Abraham or pagan gods, and is disregarded. Secular Humanist answer the Question of Identity through Darwin’s Theory of Evolution

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  • Christian Counseling Techniques

    Christian Counseling attempts to provide encouragement and guidance for those who are facing losses, decisions, or disappointments. Counseling can stimulate personality growth and development, help people cope more effectively with the problems of living, with inner conflict, and with crippling emotions, assist individuals, family members, and married couples to resolve interpersonal tensions or relate effectively to one another and assist persons whose life patterns are self-defeating and causing

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  • Reflecting on Pastoral Counseling

    Pastoral Counseling Reflection Paper Joyce Gerald Liberty University Table of Contents Abstract 3 Rationale for Class Enrollment 4 Handling Anger with Online Clients 5 Is it Easier to Label than Support? 6 The Hardest Thing to Counsel an Individual about is Forgiveness 7 Conclusion 9 References 11 Abstract The author presents a reflection on the class content presented during the first week of PACO 500:BO1. The author has limited pastoral counseling experiences that stem from

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  • Effective Christian Counseling

    In order for Christian Counseling to be effective, an emphasis must be placed on the utilization of a curative theology, and the promotion of biblical sanctification. There are many instances when temporary relief can be found through secular psychology, but that relief is most often fleeting, and the person is quickly thrust back into a world inundated with “father absence, abuse, violence, marital discord, and emotional problems” (Clinton, Hart, & Ohlschlager, 2005). By emphasizing a curative

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  • Counseling

    essential elements of a solution-based, short-term pastoral counseling strategy such as its goal-orientation; brief (i.e., number of sessions) and time-limited (i.e., length of each session) nature; basic tenets and guiding assumptions (briefly explain each tenet and assumption), essential interpersonal skills, and possible behavioral positions (i.e., attending, blaming, willing). The goal-orientation for the short-term pastoral counseling should be to get the counselee to focus on their own goals

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  • Counseling

    20/20: A Vision for the Future of Counseling: The New Consensus Definition of Counseling David M. Kaplan American Counseling Association Vilia M. Tarvydas The University of Iowa Samuel T. Gladding Wake Forest University Author Note David M. Kaplan, Professional Affairs, American Counseling Association; Vilia M. Tarvydas, Department of Rehabilitation and Counselor Education, The University of Iowa; Samuel T. Gladding, Department of Counseling, Wake Forest University. The authors wish

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  • Philosophy Paper of Christian Counseling (Unfinished)

    It is not complete but will be soon. Introduction: The Need for Biblical Counseling The need for Biblical counseling has always been a need ever since the beginning of sin. When Adam and Eve chose to disobey God in the garden of Eden, a terrible thing happened. Sin had entered into the world, and through sin, sickness, pain, addiction, and hardships also came with it. and it is growing, because Christian and secular culture have changed. The practice of studying and understanding Gods Word

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  • Counseling

    |Developmental Counseling FORM | |For use of this form, see FM 6-22; the proponent agency is TRADOC | |DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 | |Authority: 5 USC 301, Departmental

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  • Counseling

    Characteristics and Behaviors of Effective Counseling The counseling profession is a broad landscape with many paths, directions and journeys. When one decides to expand on their personal or professional lives by delving into the helping profession, many questions arise to help make an informed decision as to where their efforts will be more useful. Even taking into consideration their own history, personality and desires. These attributes, when looked at from an informed perspective, allow individuals

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  • Counseling

    instructor’s introduction of the chapter) are as follows: 1. Occupations, including counseling, develop because there is a need. 2. The need for such personal assistance - advice, guidance, counseling - has existed, and in various ways been attended to, over the ages. 3. Many of the well-known historical figures (e.g. Plato, Aristotle, Charlemagne, Rousseau, and Thomas Jefferson) have expressed “counseling” points of view. 4. Psychology emerged as a field of study and psychiatry

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  • Counseling

    School Counseling Standard Ten Research and Evaluation: Counselors have to continuously look at the different ways that they can improve their skills. In doing this, they have to try to get a better understanding of the skills and processes of research and evaluation aimed at improving school guidance and counseling programs. It is good to be a member of a national counseling organization that has a publication or magazine that comes out on a regular basis that helps to keep counselors

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  • Discipleship Counseling

    Discipleship counseling also known as “biblical counseling” is mostly based on scriptures and biblical healing. Dr. Anderson explains the best way to help people deal with there situations or issues in a Christian way. In this book he describes the steps to become a better counselor so they can be able to try and help those who need it the most. There are also other people who try to help people become a better and more experienced counselor. The book, “Discipleship Counseling” by Dr. Neil T

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  • Spirituality in Counseling

    Spirituality in Counseling Integrating Religion and Spirituality In Counseling Anntoni Leonard University of the Cumberlands COUN 636 Abstract Religion and spirituality are arguably among the most important factors which structure human experience, beliefs, values and behavior. Religion and spirituality are clearly important to most Americans; however, most counselors have little or no training in dealing with religious and spiritual issues. Since the mid-1990’s, the integration of spirituality

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  • History of Counseling

    In addressing the history of counseling we want to divide the subject into two sections, secular and Christian. Secular. The history of counseling had its origins, first in religion, later in philosophy, and later still in medicine. Religion and philosophy asked many of the same questions: “Where did I come from? Where am I going? Why am I here?” Medicine on the other hand tends to ask the question “Are you covered by insurance?” From time to time, the members of a community would suffer

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  • Understanding the Role of Christ in Counseling

    Understanding the role of Christ in Christian Counseling and Some Ways to Implement Him in Your Practice Abstract In this paper it is the student’s desire to discuss a few points regarding the importance of implementing Christ into Christian Counseling including some of the ways that this can be done. He is going to note the difference between mental illness and spiritual bondage/oppression. He is also going to cover habitual sin more pointed in addiction and its ability to have a stronghold

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  • Counseling

    I have always been fascinated with counseling - I find it similar to finding a prize in your lunchbox at school. It gives you a feeling of being Sherlock Holmes; discovering and solving a mystery – the mystery of why we do things. My curiosity has increased during my tenure in the Dallas Independent School District (DISD) working with inner city school children. There are many students within the district that are burdened by life. I feel this burden prevents and sometimes precludes them from learning

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  • Counseling

    ANNEX A INITIAL COUNSELING FOR PSD 1. Use of Chain of Command: the Chain of Command consist of the Team Leader, Squad Leader, PLT Sergeant, PLT Leader, 1SG, and the Company Commander. Make sure it is used in this order. Never break the Chain of Command. 2. Open door policy: This works hand and hand with the Chain of Command. You will notify your Chain of Command when you feel you need to utilize the open door policy. 3. Military customs and courtesies: You will comply with

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  • Defining Secular and Biblical Worldviews

    Defining Secular and Biblical Worldviews Helen M. Pombert Liberty University Defining Secular and Biblical Worldviews I. Defining a Secular Worldview The term worldview was formulated between 1855 and 1860, with many scholars believing that it arrived approximately 1858. The term is derived from the German word “Welt-anschauung”. According to Ergun Caner, this is a union of two German words: (1) welt, the word for world; and (2) anschauung, the word for perception. Several online

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  • Professional Counseling

    Pastoral Counseling Pastoral Counseling began as an academic discipline in the 1940s. In the 1950s family therapy begin making this decade one of the most profound to date in regards to counseling. It was then that it began to be realized that more specialized treatment was needed especially for those who suffered from serious emotional as well as mental illnesses. Although most counseling is virtually the same, professional counseling is a process which you take people through. Pastoral Counselors

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