What You'll Discover in this Episode:
Hearing the Critics, Answering the Critics and Taking Up Leadership
On today’s podcast, Dr. Howard A. Eyrich will be joining us to discuss answering the critics and taking up leadership during the biblical counseling movement. Dr. Eyrich is currently a Minster of Counseling at Briarwood Presbyterian Church and Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program in Biblical Counseling. In his eBook, Hearing the Critics, Answering the Critics and Taking Up Leadership, he analyzes biblical counseling critics through three lenses: Intramural, Intermodal and Extramural critiques and concludes with 12 non-exhaustive recommendations on how to guide our interaction as a biblical counselor with critics.
During this episode, Pastor Jeff and Dr. Eyrich highlight the importance of laboring renewal and refreshing our biblical theology. This involves keeping theology refreshed in our minds. This is important because everything we say and do is rooted in biblical and systematic theology. Dr. Eyrich will be presenting on this topic during the 2019 International Association of Biblical Counselors (IABC) Conference on August 1st-3rd, 2019 in St. Louis, Missouri. You should attend this conference if you are interested in developing your understanding, skill-set, and knowledge of the scripture. The theme this year is HOPE. Learn more about the IABC Annual Conference here.
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