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Marriage and family counseling : course syllabus

Author: George C Scipione
Publisher: La Mesa, California : Institute for Biblical Counseling and Discipleship, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Revised
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George C Scipione
OCLC Number: 302259727
Description: 134 pages ; 29 cm
Contents: Introduction. Why study the family?: What is the family? --
What is marriage and family counseling? --
Why is it necessary to study and to help the family? How to study the family: The starting point is God's holy created norms found in scripture, not sinful, sociological, statistical norms --
God starts mankind's history with a family, not any other institution --
God works through families in His covenant of grace --
God made the family a symbol, analogy or model --
The family is central to the functioning of the other God-ordained institutions. The Biblical theology of the family and its relationship to theology: The family is a major key in understanding God's nature --
The family is a major key in understanding God's redemptive covenant of grace --
Modern secular views of the family, as well as contemporary evangelical views, distort God's nature and His acts in history. The history of the family: Biblical history --
General conclusions from the biblical data --
Para biblical and post biblical history. The biblical theology of the family: Biblical theology of gender roles --
Marriage --
The husband, the loving leader --
The wife, the suitable helper --
Communication in marriage --
Problem solving in marriage --
Sexuality in marriage --
Children --
Parenting --
Growth, maturity, aging --
Education of children --
Assessment and diagnosis of "dyslexia" --
Assessment and diagnosis of ADD with hyperactivity --
Finances and inheritance --
Covenantal family view of contracting marriage vs. American romantic dating --
Premarital counseling --
A biblical theology of divorce --
Divorce counseling --
Remarriage --
Physical abuse --
Pornography, adultery, etc. --
Incest --
Family worship --
Adoption. The soteriology of the family: Problems defined --
Solutions developed by the culture (psychotherapies by the culture, codependency or co-idolatry?) --
A biblical framework for marriage and family counseling. How to do marriage and family counseling: The seven key elements hold true --
Team counseling and specialists. Case studies. Questions and answers. Appendices: Appendix A (marriage enrichment weekend) --
Appendix B (the family: an annotated bibliography) --
Appendix C (requirements for the course for credit students) --
Appendix D (The Westminster Confession of Faith on marriage and divorce) --
Appendix E (Calvin: Institutes of Christian Religion, book 1, chapter 1) --
Appendix F (Van Til: A Christian Theory of Knowledge).
Responsibility: George C. Scipione.

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