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Twenty-first century Christians are nearing a point where the supernatural work of the Spirit of God using the Divinely-inspired Word of God has become simplistic and inadequate for describing, confronting, and ministering to human problems.
We as a culture have slowly accepted as almost Gospel-truth, the monumental stature that the APA DSM-IV’s list, of almost 300 mental and personality disorders. It is time to review what the Creator of humans, and the world in which we live has to say about how we deal with our mental problems and struggles.
Recovering the Bible’s
Sufficiency for Life & Godliness
Do you think that it is possible that our Omniscient God missed the fact 3,500 years ago, as He began to inspire His Inerrantly Sufficient Word: that someday people would have PTSD?
Did God Get
Caught by Surprise?
Do you think that an All-Knowing God, as He breathed out through His servants David 3,000 years ago, and Paul 2,000 years ago: that there would be people that were hobbled by OCD, AHD, and BPD?
In fact, do you think that there were no bi-polar afflicted people (BPDs) in the past 6,000 years of human life on Earth? Have no other generations, except the past two, been inhabited by people who match the catalogue of disorders now on paper in the APA’s official list of disorders know as the Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV)?