Anderson defines the roles of the discipleship counselor and the counselee as well as God's role in therapy. He goes on to explain the steps of Freedom in Christ, which he explains is a tool that is supposed to help resolve root issues between people and God. It is based on biblical principles and truths as researched and studied by Anderson. This paper will discuss three themes taken from the book: Jesus, the wonderful counselor, the definition of mental illness according to the Bible and the Steps of Freedom in Christ. The first theme is that Jesus is used in the counseling session as the Wonderful Counselor.
JOURNAL ARTICLE CRITIQUE of Kent, Homer A. “The Gospel According to Jesus” by J F MacArthur Jr. Grace Theological Journal Volume 10 (1989): 68-77. THEO 510 LU (fall 2012) Survey of Christian Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary Tammy Chesnic September 30, 2012 Table of Contents I. Contents Page II. Body of Critique Includes the Following Sections: A.
The Koran on the other hand teaches that only those who believe will be saved. “In the end, we deliver our messengers and those who believe: thus is it fitting on our part that we should deliver those who believe” (Koran10:103). The theme of salvation therefore has within its grasp the relativity of religious facts. This goes to show that with the parturition of various religions there is the derivative on which salvation is defined and executed, bearing in mind such relativity, the religion of Christianity and Islam shares similarities and differences in relation to their views or beliefs. The religion of Christianity began with the mission of Jesus Christ, over 2000 years ago in Judea, now contemporary Israel.
(Watson, 1988) Evolution of Jean Watson’s Carative Factors/Caritas Processes over time |Carative |Caritas Processes |Caritas Literacy (Competencies) | |Factors |(2002-2008) |(From draft of working document subgroup of | |(1979, 1985) |(Some agencies/individuals refer to the Caritas |International Caritas Consortium, June 2007, | | |Processes as “Caring Practices.”) |Watson, J., D’Alfonso, J., Duffy, J., Rigotti,| | | |G., and Woodward, T; modified by Jean Watson, | | | |Jan. 30, 2008) from Watson, J. (2008). | | |
This writing will note the reason apologetics proved to be necessary, provide a brief history of selected apologists and describe their literary contributions to the Christian movement. The selected apologists referenced here were active writers and teachers between the second and twenty-first centuries. The Old Testament declares the existence of God to be true as it begins
Self-Forgiveness: The Stepchild of Forgiveness Research Marilyn West Liberty University The article, “Self-Forgiveness: The Stepchild of Forgiveness Research”, focuses on comparing and contrasting interpersonal and intrapersonal forgiveness. The requirements that determine the components of self-forgiveness were researched along with the phase’s individuals tend to encounter. In this article, self-forgiveness is researched by analyzing the difference between interpersonal and intrapersonal forgiveness. Interpersonal forgiveness, involving several people and intrapersonal self- forgiveness, which occurs within the individuals self or mind, were compared and their relation to self-forgiveness was determined. Interpersonal forgiveness involves persons who are stuck in self-doubt and self-condemnation.
), An introduction to crime and criminology, 3rd edn, Pearson Australia, French Forest, NSW, pp. 303-317. The authors review previous studies on restorative justice and the observations of the outcomes. They look at range of evidence that concludes restorative justice does have the potential to reduce recidivism. It does explore the negative view and how offenders can remain indifferent to their actions even after hearing how their actions affected the victims life.