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Jeff Christianson Podcast: Is God’s Word Sufficient?

In this episode, Pastor Jeff talks about how psychology is infiltrating the church.

Instead of the church impacting the world around us, the world is infecting the body of Christ.

So often unbiblical, worldly messages are being brought into the church. The truths of Scripture are the message of the church and must not be mixed with humanistic philosophies.

God’s Word is powerful. The people of God need to hold fast to the Word of God and the Gospel, which is the power of God for salvation and a changed life.  Let us not embrace what is popular, but come back to the Word of God.

Jeff often talks about the difference between psychology and the Bible. But just to clarify, when he mentions psychology, he isn’t referring to the entire field of psychology. He is mainly pushing back about the part of psychology that deals with human nature, how to live life, and how to make changes. This includes things like psychological counseling, clinical counseling, psychotherapy, and the psychological aspects of psychiatry.

These theories have also influenced some parts of educational psychology, especially behaviorism and humanism. But the problem is that these theories focus on nonphysical aspects of a person, which can conflict with biblical teachings about things like sin, salvation, and our relationship with God. So, it’s important to be aware of these differences when considering how to approach personal growth and change biblically. His point? God’s Word is sufficient!

Jeff Christianson Podcast: Is God’s Word Sufficient?

In this episode, Pastor Jeff talks about how psychology is infiltrating the church.

Instead of the church impacting the world around us, the world is infecting the body of Christ.

So often unbiblical, worldly messages are being brought into the church. The truths of Scripture are the message of the church and must not be mixed with humanistic philosophies.

God’s Word is powerful. The people of God need to hold fast to the Word of God and the Gospel, which is the power of God for salvation and a changed life.  Let us not embrace what is popular, but come back to the Word of God.

Jeff often talks about the difference between psychology and the Bible. But just to clarify, when he mentions psychology, he isn’t referring to the entire field of psychology. He is mainly pushing back about the part of psychology that deals with human nature, how to live life, and how to make changes. This includes things like psychological counseling, clinical counseling, psychotherapy, and the psychological aspects of psychiatry.

These theories have also influenced some parts of educational psychology, especially behaviorism and humanism. But the problem is that these theories focus on nonphysical aspects of a person, which can conflict with biblical teachings about things like sin, salvation, and our relationship with God. So, it’s important to be aware of these differences when considering how to approach personal growth and change biblically. His point? God’s Word is sufficient!

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