In the mid-1960's, a major shift occurred in the church. Instead of calling sinful and deviant behavior "sin," it was labeled "sickness." Now instead of seeking God's definitions and explanations of human behavior, more and more people are accepting a secular worldview based on humanistic psychology rather than the Bible.
Believers have been duped into thinking they are sick and need recovery. Of course, this diagnosis removes accountability.
About the authors:
David Tyler is director of Gateway Biblical Counseling and Training Center in Fairview Heights, IL.
Kurt Grady is a practicing pharmacist in the St. Louis area.
"I believe that if you will examine the arguments and evidence that Dave and Kurt provide in this book, your faith in God's word and His power to transform lives will be strengthened. Your confidence to help others with their problems of living will be enhanced as you realize that our Lord is more than able to heal confused minds and wounded hearts. Remember, ...his divine power hath given unto us all things that pertain unto life and godliness, through the knowledge of him that hath called us to glory and virtue' 2 Peter 1:3." ~Dr. Ed Bulkley