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Mental Illness: The Necessity for Dependence

By Daniel Berger

Most people today believe that psychoactive substances and psychotherapies are proven remedies for mental and behavioral problems categorized in the DSM-5 as mental illnesses. Biological psychiatrists in particular and society in general are convinced not only that psychiatric disorders are […]

Mental Illness: The Influence of Nurture

By Daniel Berger

“Dr. Berger provides a biblical orthodoxy and approach to some of the most complex psychiatric constructs (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, and PTSD). Thorough examinations of the history and philosophies that are widely responsible for creating these failed psychiatric labels supply the reader with answers to […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Physical Nature

By Daniel Berger

In spite of the fact that no biological etiologies, markers, or remedies exist, biological psychiatrists assert that mental illnesses are validated physical diseases. But are mental struggles truly biologically caused or are the observable and measurable physical problems simply effects […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Spiritual Nature

By Daniel Berger

One of the most pressing issues for any theory of mental illness to be established and accepted is to define the mind and to determine whether mankind consists of both spiritual and physical natures or merely as a material existence. […]

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Faith and Authority

By Daniel Berger

Since the 1950s, psychiatry has controlled both the definitions, theories, diagnoses, and suggested remedies for mental illness. Many intelligent, well-educated, and well-meaning people have blindly accepted the secular construct of mental illness without investigating the underlying theories or answering foundational […]

The Insanity of Madness: Defining Mental Illness

By Daniel Berger

For much of the twentieth century, psychiatry, psychology and social theory have held that mental illness, historically known as madness, cannot be objectively defined. This fluidity of concept is especially striking in light of the dogmatism that continues to characterize […]

Blame It on the Brain

By Edward Welch

Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from disorders that may not be rooted in the brain. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and other concerned believers to know the extent of […]

Will Medicine Stop the Pain?

By Laura Hendrickson

Twice as many women as men will experience depression sometime in their lives, and episodes for women are likely to start at earlier ages, last longer, and recur more frequently, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (www.aafp.org). Many […]

Descriptions and Prescriptions

By Mike Emlet

OCD, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder . . . these are not just diagnoses from the DSM; they are part of our everyday vocabulary and understanding of people. As Christians, how should we think about psychiatric diagnoses and their associated treatments? […]

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Pamphlets

The Gospel and Mental Illness

By Heath Lambert

We live in a broken world, beset with overwhelming problems: disease, pain, death, sorrow, sin and mental illness–clinical depression, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, schizophrenia, and panic attacks. Our culture assumes people diagnosed with mental illness are stuck, doomed to […]

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Mental Illness: The Necessity for Dependence

By Daniel Berger

Most people today believe that psychoactive substances and psychotherapies are proven remedies for mental and behavioral problems categorized in the DSM-5 as mental illnesses. Biological psychiatrists in particular and society in general are convinced not only that psychiatric disorders are […]

Mental Illness: The Influence of Nurture

By Daniel Berger

“Dr. Berger provides a biblical orthodoxy and approach to some of the most complex psychiatric constructs (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, and PTSD). Thorough examinations of the history and philosophies that are widely responsible for creating these failed psychiatric labels supply the reader with answers to […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Physical Nature

By Daniel Berger

In spite of the fact that no biological etiologies, markers, or remedies exist, biological psychiatrists assert that mental illnesses are validated physical diseases. But are mental struggles truly biologically caused or are the observable and measurable physical problems simply effects […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Spiritual Nature

By Daniel Berger

One of the most pressing issues for any theory of mental illness to be established and accepted is to define the mind and to determine whether mankind consists of both spiritual and physical natures or merely as a material existence. […]

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Faith and Authority

By Daniel Berger

Since the 1950s, psychiatry has controlled both the definitions, theories, diagnoses, and suggested remedies for mental illness. Many intelligent, well-educated, and well-meaning people have blindly accepted the secular construct of mental illness without investigating the underlying theories or answering foundational […]

The Insanity of Madness: Defining Mental Illness

By Daniel Berger

For much of the twentieth century, psychiatry, psychology and social theory have held that mental illness, historically known as madness, cannot be objectively defined. This fluidity of concept is especially striking in light of the dogmatism that continues to characterize […]

Blame It on the Brain

By Edward Welch

Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from disorders that may not be rooted in the brain. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and other concerned believers to know the extent of […]

Will Medicine Stop the Pain?

By Laura Hendrickson

Twice as many women as men will experience depression sometime in their lives, and episodes for women are likely to start at earlier ages, last longer, and recur more frequently, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (www.aafp.org). Many […]

Descriptions and Prescriptions

By Mike Emlet

OCD, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder . . . these are not just diagnoses from the DSM; they are part of our everyday vocabulary and understanding of people. As Christians, how should we think about psychiatric diagnoses and their associated treatments? […]

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Podcasts

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Dependence

By Daniel Berger

Most people today believe that psychoactive substances and psychotherapies are proven remedies for mental and behavioral problems categorized in the DSM-5 as mental illnesses. Biological psychiatrists in particular and society in general are convinced not only that psychiatric disorders are […]

Mental Illness: The Influence of Nurture

By Daniel Berger

“Dr. Berger provides a biblical orthodoxy and approach to some of the most complex psychiatric constructs (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, and PTSD). Thorough examinations of the history and philosophies that are widely responsible for creating these failed psychiatric labels supply the reader with answers to […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Physical Nature

By Daniel Berger

In spite of the fact that no biological etiologies, markers, or remedies exist, biological psychiatrists assert that mental illnesses are validated physical diseases. But are mental struggles truly biologically caused or are the observable and measurable physical problems simply effects […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Spiritual Nature

By Daniel Berger

One of the most pressing issues for any theory of mental illness to be established and accepted is to define the mind and to determine whether mankind consists of both spiritual and physical natures or merely as a material existence. […]

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Faith and Authority

By Daniel Berger

Since the 1950s, psychiatry has controlled both the definitions, theories, diagnoses, and suggested remedies for mental illness. Many intelligent, well-educated, and well-meaning people have blindly accepted the secular construct of mental illness without investigating the underlying theories or answering foundational […]

The Insanity of Madness: Defining Mental Illness

By Daniel Berger

For much of the twentieth century, psychiatry, psychology and social theory have held that mental illness, historically known as madness, cannot be objectively defined. This fluidity of concept is especially striking in light of the dogmatism that continues to characterize […]

Blame It on the Brain

By Edward Welch

Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from disorders that may not be rooted in the brain. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and other concerned believers to know the extent of […]

Will Medicine Stop the Pain?

By Laura Hendrickson

Twice as many women as men will experience depression sometime in their lives, and episodes for women are likely to start at earlier ages, last longer, and recur more frequently, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (www.aafp.org). Many […]

Descriptions and Prescriptions

By Mike Emlet

OCD, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder . . . these are not just diagnoses from the DSM; they are part of our everyday vocabulary and understanding of people. As Christians, how should we think about psychiatric diagnoses and their associated treatments? […]

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

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Mental Illness: The Necessity for Dependence

By Daniel Berger

Most people today believe that psychoactive substances and psychotherapies are proven remedies for mental and behavioral problems categorized in the DSM-5 as mental illnesses. Biological psychiatrists in particular and society in general are convinced not only that psychiatric disorders are […]

Mental Illness: The Influence of Nurture

By Daniel Berger

“Dr. Berger provides a biblical orthodoxy and approach to some of the most complex psychiatric constructs (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, and PTSD). Thorough examinations of the history and philosophies that are widely responsible for creating these failed psychiatric labels supply the reader with answers to […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Physical Nature

By Daniel Berger

In spite of the fact that no biological etiologies, markers, or remedies exist, biological psychiatrists assert that mental illnesses are validated physical diseases. But are mental struggles truly biologically caused or are the observable and measurable physical problems simply effects […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Spiritual Nature

By Daniel Berger

One of the most pressing issues for any theory of mental illness to be established and accepted is to define the mind and to determine whether mankind consists of both spiritual and physical natures or merely as a material existence. […]

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Faith and Authority

By Daniel Berger

Since the 1950s, psychiatry has controlled both the definitions, theories, diagnoses, and suggested remedies for mental illness. Many intelligent, well-educated, and well-meaning people have blindly accepted the secular construct of mental illness without investigating the underlying theories or answering foundational […]

The Insanity of Madness: Defining Mental Illness

By Daniel Berger

For much of the twentieth century, psychiatry, psychology and social theory have held that mental illness, historically known as madness, cannot be objectively defined. This fluidity of concept is especially striking in light of the dogmatism that continues to characterize […]

Blame It on the Brain

By Edward Welch

Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from disorders that may not be rooted in the brain. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and other concerned believers to know the extent of […]

Will Medicine Stop the Pain?

By Laura Hendrickson

Twice as many women as men will experience depression sometime in their lives, and episodes for women are likely to start at earlier ages, last longer, and recur more frequently, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (www.aafp.org). Many […]

Descriptions and Prescriptions

By Mike Emlet

OCD, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder . . . these are not just diagnoses from the DSM; they are part of our everyday vocabulary and understanding of people. As Christians, how should we think about psychiatric diagnoses and their associated treatments? […]

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Journal Articles

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Dependence

By Daniel Berger

Most people today believe that psychoactive substances and psychotherapies are proven remedies for mental and behavioral problems categorized in the DSM-5 as mental illnesses. Biological psychiatrists in particular and society in general are convinced not only that psychiatric disorders are […]

Mental Illness: The Influence of Nurture

By Daniel Berger

“Dr. Berger provides a biblical orthodoxy and approach to some of the most complex psychiatric constructs (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, and PTSD). Thorough examinations of the history and philosophies that are widely responsible for creating these failed psychiatric labels supply the reader with answers to […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Physical Nature

By Daniel Berger

In spite of the fact that no biological etiologies, markers, or remedies exist, biological psychiatrists assert that mental illnesses are validated physical diseases. But are mental struggles truly biologically caused or are the observable and measurable physical problems simply effects […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Spiritual Nature

By Daniel Berger

One of the most pressing issues for any theory of mental illness to be established and accepted is to define the mind and to determine whether mankind consists of both spiritual and physical natures or merely as a material existence. […]

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Faith and Authority

By Daniel Berger

Since the 1950s, psychiatry has controlled both the definitions, theories, diagnoses, and suggested remedies for mental illness. Many intelligent, well-educated, and well-meaning people have blindly accepted the secular construct of mental illness without investigating the underlying theories or answering foundational […]

The Insanity of Madness: Defining Mental Illness

By Daniel Berger

For much of the twentieth century, psychiatry, psychology and social theory have held that mental illness, historically known as madness, cannot be objectively defined. This fluidity of concept is especially striking in light of the dogmatism that continues to characterize […]

Blame It on the Brain

By Edward Welch

Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from disorders that may not be rooted in the brain. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and other concerned believers to know the extent of […]

Will Medicine Stop the Pain?

By Laura Hendrickson

Twice as many women as men will experience depression sometime in their lives, and episodes for women are likely to start at earlier ages, last longer, and recur more frequently, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (www.aafp.org). Many […]

Descriptions and Prescriptions

By Mike Emlet

OCD, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder . . . these are not just diagnoses from the DSM; they are part of our everyday vocabulary and understanding of people. As Christians, how should we think about psychiatric diagnoses and their associated treatments? […]

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

Worksheets

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Dependence

By Daniel Berger

Most people today believe that psychoactive substances and psychotherapies are proven remedies for mental and behavioral problems categorized in the DSM-5 as mental illnesses. Biological psychiatrists in particular and society in general are convinced not only that psychiatric disorders are […]

Mental Illness: The Influence of Nurture

By Daniel Berger

“Dr. Berger provides a biblical orthodoxy and approach to some of the most complex psychiatric constructs (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar, and PTSD). Thorough examinations of the history and philosophies that are widely responsible for creating these failed psychiatric labels supply the reader with answers to […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Physical Nature

By Daniel Berger

In spite of the fact that no biological etiologies, markers, or remedies exist, biological psychiatrists assert that mental illnesses are validated physical diseases. But are mental struggles truly biologically caused or are the observable and measurable physical problems simply effects […]

Mental Illness: The Reality of the Spiritual Nature

By Daniel Berger

One of the most pressing issues for any theory of mental illness to be established and accepted is to define the mind and to determine whether mankind consists of both spiritual and physical natures or merely as a material existence. […]

Mental Illness: The Necessity for Faith and Authority

By Daniel Berger

Since the 1950s, psychiatry has controlled both the definitions, theories, diagnoses, and suggested remedies for mental illness. Many intelligent, well-educated, and well-meaning people have blindly accepted the secular construct of mental illness without investigating the underlying theories or answering foundational […]

The Insanity of Madness: Defining Mental Illness

By Daniel Berger

For much of the twentieth century, psychiatry, psychology and social theory have held that mental illness, historically known as madness, cannot be objectively defined. This fluidity of concept is especially striking in light of the dogmatism that continues to characterize […]

Blame It on the Brain

By Edward Welch

Viewing brain problems through the lens of Scripture, Welch distinguishes genuine brain disorders from disorders that may not be rooted in the brain. Understanding that distinction will enable pastors, counselors, families, and other concerned believers to know the extent of […]

Will Medicine Stop the Pain?

By Laura Hendrickson

Twice as many women as men will experience depression sometime in their lives, and episodes for women are likely to start at earlier ages, last longer, and recur more frequently, according to the American Academy of Family Physicians (www.aafp.org). Many […]

Descriptions and Prescriptions

By Mike Emlet

OCD, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder . . . these are not just diagnoses from the DSM; they are part of our everyday vocabulary and understanding of people. As Christians, how should we think about psychiatric diagnoses and their associated treatments? […]

Good Mood Bad Mood

By Charles Hodges

Depression and bipolar disorder are two of the most common diagnoses made in medicine today. Good Mood, Bad Mood; examines whether we are in an epidemic or if we have simply misdiagnosed common sadness as depression. Current research in the […]

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