Learn about the causes and symptoms of teen depression, as well as effective treatments and coping strategies. Find out how to offer support to your depressed teen and create a "first-aid kit" for emotions. Get valuable insights from both professional counselors and young people who have successfully dealt with depression.
Are psychology and psychotherapy biblical? This article examines the relationship between Scripture and psychology, discussing the interventions of psychotherapy and the importance of judging the content of psychological wisdom by biblical standards.
Sin is a central concept in Christian theology, and it is one that has been extensively discussed and debated over the centuries. At its most basic level, sin is understood as the breaking of God's law, but it is also more than that. It is a condition that affects every aspect of human life, from our thoughts and actions to our relationships with others and with God.
Our heavenly Father, the Creator of the heavens and the earth, has an absolute understanding (correct mental grasp) of everything, and in His Word, the Bible, he is generous enough to let us in on some crucial issues, helping us to understand. Having an understanding (correct mental grasp) of Scripture is what differentiates the spiritual babe from the mature Christian.
Living in the modern scientific-minded world of the 21st-century, most no longer believe in wicked spirit forces, demons. The truth of the matter is if such spirit creatures exist, their belief in them is irrelevant, and the effect is felt by every living person on earth. Even for those of us, who accept the demons... Continue Reading →
Indeed, the vast majority of humankind would respond in the affirmative that they want happiness. However, humans have experienced anything but. For those who accept the theory of evolution, they would expect humankind to go through a period of extreme struggle, with conflict, animosity, wars and even death. However, they would be hard-pressed to explain... Continue Reading →
Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden had free will but chose to abuse it, to rebel against their Creator. God had created them as perfect humans; they lacked nothing. They need not fear any illnesses, hunger, death, any form of difficulty that plagues man today.
Self-talk is what we tell ourselves in our thoughts. In fact, it is the words we tell ourselves about people, self, experiences, life, in general, God, the future, the past, the present. It is all the words that we say to ourselves all the time.