Client Self-Determination in the Light of Evangelical Responsibility

Volume
Volume 1
Issue
Spring 1973
Title
Client Self-Determination in the Light of Evangelical Responsibility
Abstract

The client has a right to make his own choices concerning his life situation; the evangelical has a mandate to confront people with their sin. Do these two issues conflict in the practice of an evangelical counselor? This article deals with this concern and attempts to show that these are not mutually exclusive. The evangelical mandate does not violate the client's right of self-determination, nor does the counselor's respect for that right compromise his evangelical convictions.

Author
H.J. Bellairs
Pages
64 - 66
Price
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