For over 40 years, the Journal of Biblical Counseling has provided a forum to develop the practice of biblical counseling. This Journal of Biblical Counseling collection includes recent journal volumes, 26-30. The journal’s mission assists readers as they develop clear thinking and effective biblical counseling practices. Filled with articles that faithfully bring God’s truth, mercy, and power to the issues faced by ministries of counseling and discipleship, these resources provide guidance and sage advice for professionals, pastors, and lay leaders.
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Jay E. Adams is a former professor of practical theology and director of the doctoral program at Westminster Theological Seminary. Adams received his BD from the Reformed Episcopal Seminary, AB from Johns Hopkins University, MST from the Temple University School of Theology, and PhD from the University of Missouri. Adams has authored over 100 books and is the founder of Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (CCEF), the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors, and Timeless Texts.
David Powlison worked for four years in psychiatric hospitals, during which time he came to faith in Christ. He teaches at CCEF and edits the Journal of Biblical Counseling. He received a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania in the history of science and medicine, focusing on the history of psychiatry. He has a Master of Divinity degree from Westminster Theological Seminary, and has been doing biblical counseling for over 30 years. Powlison has written numerous articles on counseling and on the relationship between faith and psychology. His books include Speaking Truth in Love, Seeing with New Eyes, Power Encounters, and The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and Context.