At a Glance
- An overview of the biblical counseling movement and its historical development
- Guidelines for studying biblical principles carefully and deriving sound applications with a view toward counseling others
- Insights for understanding counselees and the common problems we all face; with real-life examples for implementing counseling approaches on issues related to marriage, divorce, addiction, stress, parenting, and more
- Assigned proctor to guide you through the course and provide extra assignments
- Access to all course material—video lectures; lessons; key concept reviews, and quizzes
- Access to the Cerego learning system to build memory retention of course objectives
- $250 per month access to complete the course at your own pace
Since the beginning of the biblical counseling movement in 1970, biblical counselors have argued that counseling is a ministry of the Word, just like preaching or missions. The Theology of Biblical Counseling course covers the history of the biblical counseling movement, the core convictions that underlie sound counseling, and practical wisdom for counseling practices today.
For over four decades, biblical theology has been at the core of the biblical counseling movement. Leaders in biblical counseling have emphasized a commitment to teaching doctrine in their counseling courses out of the conviction that good theology leads to good counseling…and bad theology leads to bad counseling. Illustrated with true stories from the counseling room, the Theology of Biblical Counseling course shows how biblical counseling is rooted in the Scriptures while illustrating the real challenges counselors face today.
The Theology of Biblical Counseling course is useful for working biblical counselors, pastors who counsel, and students at colleges, seminaries, and training institutes. In each lesson, doctrine comes to life in examples of real ministry to real people, dramatically demonstrating how theology intersects with the lives of actual counselees.
- Counseling and Theology: A Crucial Introduction
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of Scripture
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of Common Grace
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of God
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of Christ
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of the Holy Spirit
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of Humanity
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of Sin
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of Suffering
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of Salvation
- Biblical Counseling and a Theology of the Church
- Biblical Counseling and the Goal of Theology
- Biblical Counseling Real-Life Application