Jesus' Style of Relating: The Search for a Biblical View of Counseling

Volume
Volume 4
Issue
Summer 1976
Title
Jesus' Style of Relating: The Search for a Biblical View of Counseling
Abstract

Focusing on the current discussion regarding biblical models of counseling this study concerns several problems, which must be solved if integration between biblical and psychological perspectives is to be achieved. Then, Jesus' role repertoire is explored as a possible source of biblical models of counseling. The study suggests Jesus' style of relating provide a wide range of interventive-redemptive approaches to helping people. An integrated continuum of counseling roles is presented from the prophetic-confronting, pastoral-teaching to priestly-confessional. The paper concludes with implications of and advantages to a repertoire of counseling roles.

Author
D.E. Carlson
Pages
181 - 192
Price
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