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The Slow Poison of Self-Pity

September 17th, 2019 by posted in Uncategorized

I read an interesting article written a few years ago about India. Many people in India experience the nightmare of slow, undetected poisoning.  Water from wells in rural areas contains trace amounts of arsenic that is killing thousands. Since the poison is colorless and tasteless, the villagers have no way of detecting it. And since […]

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Enslaved: A Theology of Addiction

August 14th, 2019 by posted in Counseling, Suffering

Dr John Street posted this on the Master’s Seminary Blog August 13, 2019. Not knowing how long it will be available, I have reposted it below in it’s entirety. You’re not going to find the word addiction in your Bible. The word comes from a Latin term which means a hopeless dependence. But what does […]

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What is Abuse?

June 30th, 2019 by posted in Counseling, Marriage and Family, Suffering

So, What is Abuse? The counselor cannot assume that a counselee is suffering actual injustice simply because the counselee presents with such a complaint. The topic is also difficult because the definition of abuse is so subjective. And, over the past few years the perimeters that have fenced in the definition have expanded from physical […]

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