Throughout this course, the student will be confronted with at least 13 foundational statements regarding biblical counseling. Each statement could be likened to a pillar that supports the structure and framework of counseling. These foundational principles form the basis of the methodology for biblical counseling. Without a biblical understanding of the nature of counseling that can accurately be called Scriptural, the counselor will be more apt to substitute the teaching of the Bible in the area of counseling with worldly philosophies of psychology. These 13 foundational statements will serve as driving motivations for the biblical counselor who wishes to base his ministry on the sufficiency of Scripture. Students will gain a greater confidence in the sufficiency and superiority of the Scripture for handling all the personal and interpersonal problems of life. This course also lays a foundation for understanding counseling as a vital ministry of all members of the local church. This course is 8 weeks long.
Course Instructor Welcome Message
Clip from video lecture featuring Lecture Professor Baker