First book by Graham T Harvey 'The God Idea by the Rambling Bricklayer'

Psychotherapy or Jesus; After having many failed attempts to find a psychological solution to my mental instabilities, eventually it became clear that psychotherapists generally borrow from biblical terms and simply reiterate the words as their own.
 
March 27, 2014 - PRLog -- After having many failed attempts to find a psychological solution to my mental instabilities, eventually it became clear that psychotherapists generally borrow from biblical terms and techniques, reiterate them and claim them as their own. In my own personal case it appeared that the psychiatrists were attempting to reproduce results that were readily available through Jesus. Carl Jung, an early 20th century psychologist, sent clients back to church hoping a psychic change would take place, which shows how humble Jung actually was. Jung did not however believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ by suggesting that Jesus was a man, which in one sense is true, but Jesus was and still is the Son of God, the word made flesh that lived among us to show us the way, truth and the life to set us free. Lacking belief in the risen Christ therefore takes away the deity necessary to bring about spiritual wellbeing that Jung desired for his clients. Though Jesus said to mimic Him, we can only attempt this by pointing toward Christ and thanking Him rather than exalting ourselves via modern psychoanalysis. It is essential we realize that “Since we have now been justified by His blood”. (Romans 5: 9)

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