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Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Biblical Anthropology, ...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Mitchel Lensink

Welcome back to week 10 of big questions and short answers in biblical counseling and theology. This week we will briefly consider biblical anthropology’s role in counseling theory and practice. It is important to know the answer to this question because if we start with a wrong understanding we will continue into wrong practice, not […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Biblical Anthropology

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Mitchel Lensink

Welcome back to week nine of big questions and short answers in biblical counseling and theology. This week we will make the transition from God’s attributes to biblical anthropology. Lord willing, we will briefly consider this subject for two weeks total. This week we will biblically answer the question: Who and what is man? It […]

Foundations of Biblical Counseling: God’s Omniscience and...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Rohan Makhecha

Welcome back to week eight of big questions and small answers in biblical counseling and theology. This week we will be considering God’s omniscience and how it relates to a popular doctrine taught in many churches; Open Theism. Scripture is clear that God is omniscience. Omniscience means that God intrinsically knows all. God, by His very nature […]

The Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Theology Proper and...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Adam Śmigielski

by: Joe Whiting Welcome back to week seven of big questions and small answers in biblical counseling and theology. This week we will be considering five of God’s attributes and how they relate to the believer’s life. The first attribute is God’s holiness. God is holy (Is. 6:3; Rev. 4:8). God’s attribute of holiness means […]

The Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Theology Proper and...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Andrew Seaman

by Joe Whiting Welcome back to week six of big questions and small answers in biblical counseling and theology. This week we will be moving from bibliology to theology proper. Then, we will finish up each week with a few implications from the topic. When considering a term or topic it is always helpful to […]

The Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Continuing Revelati...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Jordan M. Lomibao

by Joe Whiting Welcome back to the fifth week of big questions and small answers in theology and biblical counseling. So far, we’ve considered the inspiration of Scripture, the infallibility and authority of Scripture, how to think about theological controversies, and biblical authority and general revelation interplay. Now, we will be considering the question of continuing […]

The Foundations of Biblical Counseling: General and Special...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Ben White

by Joe Whiting Welcome back to the fourth week of big questions and short answers in biblical counseling and theology. This time we will briefly consider the Bible’s authority and general revelation. While it’s true that the creation points toward a Creator, is creation enough to bring one unto salvation? Can the observable world lead […]

The Foundations of Biblical Counseling: Handling Theologica...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Andrew Neel

by Joe Whiting Welcome back! We are in our third week of big questions and short answers for biblical counseling and theology. This week we will briefly consider the Bible’s authority over theological controversies. Believe it or not there are solid, sound believers, who love the Lord, who want to serve the Lord, who also […]

The Foundation of Biblical Counseling: Infallibility and Au...

By: Joe Whiting Photo by Judy Velazquez

by Joe Whiting Welcome back! We are in our second week of big questions and short answers for biblical counseling and theology. Last week we considered the foundation of biblical counseling and theology: bibliology. Under that broad category we had a 30,000-foot flyover observation of biblical inspiration. We saw that the Scriptures themselves were inspired […]

The Foundation of Biblical Counseling: Bibliology

By: Joe Whiting

by Joe Whiting As we begin our look at big questions and short answers concerning biblical counseling and basic theology it seems a fitting place to start would be with the foundation: bibliology. Simply put, bibliology is the study of the Bible. We want this to be our foundation because the Bible, not our beliefs, […]