It is not widely realised that there is an irreconcilable difference between the remedies for sadness and grief set out in the Bible, and those put forward by the world of psychotherapy. A gulf also exists between the biblical policy for marriage, and that proposed by secular marriage guidance psychologists. Many well-known evangelical authors and churches, however, have turned entirely to the secular remedies and policies in these matters.
This book shows what the differences are, including a remarkable review of depression in the Bible, and its relief.
This is the keenly-awaited sequel to an earlier book – The Dark Side of Christian Counselling – by medical doctor Ted Williams.