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by Lawrence J. Crabb Jr.

  • ISBN: 0310225604
  • Category: Christian Books
  • Author: Lawrence J. Crabb Jr.
  • Subcategory: Churches & Church Leadership
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Zondervan (November 29, 1975)
  • Pages: 112 pages
  • FB2 size: 1951 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Lawrence ("Larry") J. Crabb, Jr. is a psychologist, author, teacher and speaker, who is Spiritual Director for the American Association of Christian Counselors, and since 1996 ha. .

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Lawrence J. "Larry" Crabb, Jr. is a Christian counselor, author, Bible teacher and seminar speaker. Crabb has written best-selling books and is the founder and director of NewWay Ministries and co-founder of his legacy ministry, Larger Story. He serves as a Spiritual Director for the American Association of Christian Counselors and since 1996 has been the Distinguished of Colorado Christian University.

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"The local church should and can successfully assume responsibility within its ranks for restoring troubled people to full, productive, creative lives." "If we are to hope for success in such immense and seriously neglected responsibility, pastors need to return to the biblical model not of ministering to their people but of equipping their people to minister to each other by using their spiritual gifts." "Congregations need to regain that wonderful sense of 'koinonia' fellowship and pro practice true community."


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Fiarynara
Lawrence ("Larry") J. Crabb, Jr. is a psychologist, author, teacher and speaker, who is Spiritual Director for the American Association of Christian Counselors, and since 1996 has been Scholar-in-Residence of Colorado Christian University. He has written many other books such as Effective Biblical Counseling,Finding God,Inside Out,The Silence of Adam,Men & Women, etc.

He wrote in the Introduction to this 1975 book, "I restudied what I had learned in graduate school... As a Christian committed to a biblical view of man, I could not make the psychological thinking in which I had been trained dovetail with basic biblical beliefs like the fall of man, his separation from God, his desperate need of divine assistance, the promise of love, joy and peace to those who accepted the free gift of eternal life... The truths of Christianity seemed to have little bearing on the activities in my counseling office and were at many points flatly contradicted by my professionally orthodox behavior. And that disturbed me. I determined that my belief in Scripture was rational and firm... and that my psychological theory and practice would have to conform to biblical truth... Prayer and intense thinking about my counseling efforts has resulted in the sketching of a preliminary model for counseling theory and practice which I believe to be consistent with biblical revelation." (Pg. 11-12)

He states, "I am convinced that the local church should and can successfully assume responsibility within its ranks for restoring troubled people to full, productive, creative lives." (Pg. 16) He summarizes, "In a sentence, my argument is this: the field of counseling needs a certain and meaningful unity. Science by itself can provide neither... The thought behind this book is quite simple: if there really is a personal God, then there is a truth about people and their problems which can provide the necessary foundation or framework for variety in counseling technique... And so it becomes the task of the Christian psychologist to provide a universally true and meaningful understanding of people that derives from biblical revelation." (Pg. 24-25)

He argues, "I do not agree with Jay Adams' wholesale dismissal of Skinnerian technology..." (Pg. 38) Later, he adds, "Jay Adams' simplistic assumption that specific personal guilt over definite willful sin is behind all emotional distress misses the more basic problem... People choose to do wrong things on the basis of faulty thinking about how to reach a goal. Unless that wrong thinking is corrected, the faulty thinker will continue to make similar wrong choices which he wrongly believes will meet his needs." (Pg. 50)

This book (along with his 'Effective Biblical Counseling') will be of great use to Christians wanting a "positive" approach to the integration of psychology and Christianity.
Kikora
This book is wonderful material for helping those who want to help God's people. Some people start off counceling by trying to get the Christian to pray more and read more. Dr. Crabb takes counceling beyond these basic steps and challenges the heart behind the sin (Matth 5&6). Dr. Crabb keeps counceling simple and helps to give practical steps in removing "sin's decietfulness" as well as effectively using the Bible to change someones life.
Shan
This book is wonderful material for helping those who want to help God's people. Some people start off counceling by trying to get the Christian to pray more and read more. Dr. Crabb takes counceling beyond these basic steps and challenges the heart behind the sin (Matth 5&6). Dr. Crabb keeps counceling simple and helps to give practical steps in removing "sin's decietfulness" as well as effectively using the Bible to change someones life.
Zyniam
The bag was not sealed in the box. There was no zip tie, Just an open bag in a sealed cardboard box. A significant amount of the product had
spilled in the box.. I have questions about the purity & safety of this product. We won't be serving it.
cyrexoff
book was falling apart at the seams.
KiddenDan
greAT
Kirizan
Anything written by Larry is going to be a goldmine of spiritual gems.
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