‘Teaching to Observe’ by Jay E. Adams

In Teaching to Observe, Jay Adams helps counselors to see teaching as an essential and indispensable aspect of counseling. The counselor is not a professional "listener," who merely draws out solutions to the counselee's problem from the counselee himself. Rather, the counselor is one who seeks to impart genuine spiritual knowledge to the counselee with … Continue reading ‘Teaching to Observe’ by Jay E. Adams

Man's Universal Desire For Regeneration: Reflections on 'Enough: Staying Human in an Engineered Age' by Bill McKibben

On the last two pages of the first volume of Jonathan Edwards’ collected works resides a small yet significant piece of writing.  It is entitled, “Theological Questions,” and contains ninety inquiries into many topics apparently posed by Edwards himself and collected into a document.  Questions include queries from, “How do you prove that the Scriptures … Continue reading Man's Universal Desire For Regeneration: Reflections on 'Enough: Staying Human in an Engineered Age' by Bill McKibben