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LETTERS
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Editors

Letters from our readers as published in the
PsychoHeresy Awareness Letter
January-February 2019  (Vol. 27 No. 1)

Thank you for writing to us. We read all letters, even though we are not able to answer each one personally. Please send postal correspondence to:
Psychoheresy Awareness Ministries
4137 Primavera Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93110



Dear Martin & Deidre,

I am a 20+ year manager in health care unrelated to mental health. As a layman that has followed the issues more intently now spanning three decades, the question is: Is it possible to integrate secular psychological constructs into the Christian faith? Spoiler alert: No one has yet done it successfully. The Bible itself warns of its own uniqueness and the dangers of the allure of the wisdom of man.    New York


Dear Martin & Deidre,
    Your latest book, Biblical Counseling Reviews, is awesome! You completely expose these integrationists as frauds!You skillfully demonstrate the “evil speaking” they elicit from people is a violation of the scriptures that you have listed in appendix D.Oh, that there were more Christians that would listen and spread the word in order to shut down this heretical so called “Christian” counseling system!.    Washington


Dear Martin & Deidre,

Thank you very much for your latest book, Biblical Counseling Reviews. I looked at appendix’s A, B, C and D to get an idea where you were heading, and then read the first two chapters. These psychological terms, as well as all their practices are very repulsive to me; I don’t like to hear Christians even use them.

First of all it shows that these people have, to some degree, already begun to use the humanistic gospel to replace the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. I don’t see in God’s Word any God-given right for people to pry into the private lives of anyone; instead we read, “Indeed, we hear that some among you are disorderly (that they are passing their lives in idleness, neglectful of duty), being busy with other people’s affairs instead of their own and doing no work” (2 Thess. 3:11). In my opinion these people who use psychological techniques are not doing any God-approved work, but are meddling in things that are none of their business.

To make disciples of people is God’s way of changing and forming them into the person He wants them to be. Any psychological leaven or integration only contaminates and degrades all people concerned, as well as the Gospel of Christ. Jesus should be “all of life” to His people.    California


Dear Martin and Deidre,

We really appreciate your faithfulness to God and your adherence to His Word. We also appreciate your boldness in proclaiming God’s truth and your efforts to inform Christians and all who will listen about the dangers and consequences of psychotherapy. Your ministry is such a blessing to us and so many others.

We pray that God will richly bless you and your ministry as you continue His work.    Oklahoma


Dear Martin & Deidre,

I praise and thank God for your faithfulness in this most difficult and necessary ministry. Thank you for your faithfulness to our Lord, to His Word, and your dedication to exposing the heresy of “Christian” psychology. I pray and trust that you will be richly rewarded for your diligence and devotion to the Truth that is in Jesus Christ alone. I understand the path of the discerning can at times be a lonely and difficult road, so I wanted to send a brief note of encouragement. Thank God we are not alone in the fight. What great hope we have that all that is wrong will be made right!    Texas


Dear Bobgans,

As I read “Wally in a Christ centered ministry” in your book Biblical Counseling Reviews, I realized that every conviction of sin, every positive change in my own life came from the scriptures or from a Christ-centered preaching or writing. The past is worthless other than a lesson learned. The bad stuff is forgotten and irrelevant. Forgiving those that have wronged us makes the memory go away and no longer troubles us. We don’t have a “DeLorean” (“Back to the Future”) to go back and relive it.    Wyoming


Dear Friends,

Thank you for your most recent book: Biblical Counseling Reviews. As usual, your biblically accurate observations reveal the weaknesses of so-called “biblical” or “Christian” counseling. A notable impact of this book rests in the consistent revelation of the words of the most notable U.S. “biblical counselors” as compared to the unassailable truth of God’s Word. The differences between so-called “biblical counseling tenets” and God’s truth are clearly evident.                                          Nevada

 

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