In his article "Four Models of Counseling in Pastoral Ministry" Dr. Timothy Keller described four different ways Christians approach counseling. Proponents of all four views agree, at least in theory, with the following statement: God gives us knowledge of human psychological problems not only through special revelation of the Bible but also through the general revelation of empirical observation. But while all four views incorporate this principle in theory, they apply it very differently in practice. In this section of the lecture Lee Eclov highlights the differences in these models.

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