Why Christians Can't Trust Psychology

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Harvest House, Jul 1, 1993 - Psychology - 368 pages
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Where should Christians go to heal the deep hurts in their hearts?

Today's search for inner fulfillment has exploded into the Recovery movement, complete with twelve-step seminars, counseling programs, and self-help books. Thousands are looking to Christian psychology to help them attain victory over modern dysfunctions.

Does that mean the Bible alone is no longer adequate for the problems faced by Christians today?

Some say we need the Bible plus psychology. Others say the Bible alone is sufficient.

With deep insight and candor, pastoral counselor Ed Bulkley presents the opposing sides of this issue--and offers trustworthy, biblical answers for those who long to break away from pain and guilt and know true freedom...genuine inner peace...and a fresh beginning.

The pressures to find the solutions to human hurt and suffering have never been greater. Clear answers are urgently needed for the hurting--today.

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User Review  - Reg Chute - Christianbook.com

If you've ever wondered what psychology is all about and why Christians should steer clear of it, then this is the book for you. Ed Bulkley has done an excellent job of explaining psychology in layman ... Read full review

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User Review  - Derek - Christianbook.com

Our church is going to touch this topic 1 time per year, just because it so persuades the church... Excellent book, quotes, resources, and of COURSE contextual scripture! Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Ed Bulkley is the senior pastor of LIFE Fellowship near Denver.  He has an extensive counseling ministry, including the national radio and television broadcast “Return to the Word,” and is the author of Only God Can Heal the Wounded Heart.  He and his wife, Marlowe, have four children.

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