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Biblical Counseling Resources

  1. Committed to Craftsmanship: In Biblical Counseling by Jay Adams
  2. A Theology of Biblical Counseling: The Doctrinal Foundations of Counseling Ministry by Heath Lambert
  3. Counseling: How to Counsel Biblically by John MacArthur and Wayne Mack
  4. The Biblical Counseling Movement: History and Context by David Powlison
  5. The Biblical Counseling Movement after Adams by Heath Lambert
  6. Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands: People in Need of Change Helping People in Need of Change by Paul Tripp
  7. Psychobabble by Dr. Gantz
  8. Counsel With Confidence by Joel James (very practical, short chapters)

Though there are many books that take on the title of Christian counseling, there are relatively few which are completely committed to Biblical counselling. There are even fewer when compared with the number of books available for secular and/or psychology based counselling; even within the church. The Christian committed to Biblical counseling must be aware of their material and be on the lookout for integration from humanistic and the self-help worldviews.

List of Biblical Counseling Authors

  1. Jay Adams (“founder” of modern day Biblical Counseling)
  2. David Powlison (now deceased from cancer)
  3. Heath Lambert
  4. John MacArthur
  5. Wayne Mack
  6. Edward T. Welch
  7. Paul Tripp (some)
  8. Elyse Fitzpatrick (some)