Speak The Truth

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In this episode, Jeremy provides a distinction between “Christian counseling”, and Biblical Counseling, their theories and methodologies. And then an historical survey of soul care from the time of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, The Puritans acute knowledge and awareness of soul care, to Martin Luther, and through the modernist movement that pioneered the scope of modern psychology as we know it today, and then provides the state of urgency for the local church today.

Show Notes

In this episode, Jeremy provides a distinction between “Christian counseling”, and Biblical Counseling, their theories and methodologies. And then an historical survey of soul care from the time of St. Augustine, Thomas Aquinas, The Puritans acute knowledge and awareness of soul care, to Martin Luther, and through the modernist movement that pioneered the scope of modern psychology as we know it today, and then provides the state of urgency for the local church today.

Episode Links:
Jeremy Lelek's Book - Biblical Counseling Basics
St Augustine - brief autobiography
Thomas Aquinas - brief autobiography
Martin Luther - Bondage of the will
Richard Baxter - The Christian Directory
Modernist Movement:  Wilhelm Wundt, Sigmund Frued, Carl Rogers
David Powlison - 2nd Generation Biblical Counseling Movement (please pray for David, he has cancer)
Paul Tripp - 2nd Generation Biblical Counseling Movement
Instruments in The Redeemer's Hands: Love, Know, Speak, Do


What is Speak The Truth?

A podcast devoted to giving biblical truth for educating, equipping, and encouraging the local church in counseling and discipleship.