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Christianity and Psychology

I’ve had Depression since I was a young boy. There are days in which I want to die (more than I want to admit, but less than you probably just thought). 964 more words


Mission Statement

Sometime in middle school, I was taught that every good organization–and even every person with a mission–has a mission statement.  The statement should be thoughtful, parsimonious, and aspirational.  969 more words

The Problem with "Mental" Illness

Sin, Self-Medication, and Intrusive Thoughts

As someone who has spent the last twenty or so years of my life dealing with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, I have put a lot of effort into understanding it. 1,539 more words


What is truth?

There was an article published in Christianity Today about Christian Psychology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.  The story had a lot to do with Eric Johnson stepping down as the leading Christian psychology professor from Southern.  1,219 more words

Social Commentary

The enemies within: a glimpse at popular false doctrines in Christendom

A month ago, the Berean Call ministry held a conference for Christian apologetics and to warn Christians about harmful doctrines that have infiltrated churches. In this video, Christian radio host and Bible teacher T. 25 more words


Concerning the Relationship Between Psychology and Christianity

The purpose of this post is to share an online article that I came across today. Before doing so, I would like to say a few things. 385 more words

Spiritual Growth

Peace and Joy, the Forgotten Commands

       Our Lord commands his people not to be anxious on at least 17 separate occasions, and that’s not counting reassurances! Conversely, we know that the flip-side of worry is to experience… 1,107 more words