Template:Too few opinionsBibical counseling (sometimes known as nouthetic counseling) is a form of Christian counseling developed by Jay E. Adams, and published in his 1970 book, Competent to Counsel.
Nouthetic counseling is a Christian leader instructing a person from scripture about how their life needs to change to be more like Christ.
Degrees in Nouthetic Counseling are offered at:
- Baptist Bible College & Graduate School - MABC(Springfield, MO);[not in citation given]
- Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (Wake Forest, NC)
- Westminster Theological Seminary (Glenside, PA)
- Winfrey, David (23 January 2007). "Biblical therapy: Southern Baptists reject 'pastoral counseling'". The Christian Century 124 (2): 24–27 . http://www.dwinfrey.com/portfolio/biblical-counseling/.
- Adams, Jay. "What is Nouthetic Counseling?". Institute for Nouthetic Studies. http://www.nouthetic.org/nouthetic-counseling/what-is-nouthetic-counseling.html. Retrieved 27 October 2009.Template:Self-published inline
- MacArthur, John and Wayne Mack. Introduction to Biblical Counseling. (Word Publishing)
- Jay E. Adams, Competent to Counsel, (Phillipsburg, NJ, USA: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company, 1970).
- Jay E. Adams, The Christian Counselor's Manual (Grand Rapids, MI, USA: Baker Book House, 1973)
- Institute For Nouthetic Studies, Jay Adams' training
- National Association of Nouthetic Counselors official web-site
- Titus 2 Institute official web-site
Organizations and training
Nouthetic organizations include:
- Institute for Nouthetic Studies
- National Association of Nouthetic Counselors
- Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation