Week 1 Study Guide Intro to Pastoral Counseling.csv

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  1. What is the biblical basis for all Christians being able to counsel?
    NT terms for counseling are addressed to all Christians
  2. What are the NT terms for counseling?
    parakaleo didasko noutheteo elencho epitimao
  3. What does parakaleo mean?
    to come alongside encourage comfort exhort
  4. Name a verse that uses parakaleo?
    1 Thes. 5:11
  5. What does didasko mean?
    teach instruct
  6. What does noutheteo?
    to stick in someone's mind/spear; admonish counsel
  7. Name a verse that uses noutheteo
    Rom. 15:14
  8. What does elencho mean?
    reprove expose convict refute to point out error
  9. What does epitimao mean?
    rebuke warn tell sternly
  10. What is the main goal of NT counseling?
    sanctification
  11. Couselin g is an essential part _______________.
    discipleship
  12. Name two verses stating the main goal of counseling.
    Gal. 6:1 1 Tim. 1:5
  13. What is the context for NT counseling?
    Christian community
  14. Name 4 counseling models.
    Dynamic Moral Relational Love Therapy
  15. What is the background of the Dynamic model?
    Freud psychotherapy prolonged time commitment w/therapist
  16. What are the presuppositions of the Dynamic model?
    humans are organisms emotional problems = sickness; subconscious causes problems
  17. What does healing look like in the Dynamic model?
    need to heal of past trauma by drawing out subconscious sources
  18. what are the Scriptural compatibilities of the dynamic model?
    depravity--can't understand why I'm doing what I do (Rom. 7); category for mental illness; sometimes not at fault for damage; past effects present; ppl capable of evaluative thinking
  19. what are the scriptural imcompatibilities of the dynamic model?
    we are moral agents (Rom. 3:23); we are not essentially one way that can't be changed--not fated
  20. What is the background of the Moral model?
    Jay Adams most common in Christian counseling popular w/Reformed
  21. What are the presuppositions of the Moral model?
    wrong actions lead to wrong feelings and attitudes
  22. Evaluate the presuppositions of the moral model.
    true but don't know why you do what you do; legalistic: what about internal sins that aren't an action?
  23. What does healing look like according to the Moral model?
    do the right thing
  24. What are the scriptural compatabilities of the moral model?
    self-control is fruit of the spirit; admonishing is loving (but that's all they do); blessed (happy) if you do these things
  25. what are the scriptural incompatabilities of the moral model?
    discounts deeper causes (Jer. 17:9); deals w/external bh only
  26. what is the background of the relational model?
    Crabb
  27. what are the presuppositions of the relational model?
    designed to love & be loved; human problems are defensive attempts to handle fear; our reactions damage relationships more
  28. what does healing look like in the relationsal model?
    identify false beliefs replace w/ true beliefs act in faith gradual change in habits thinking attitudes and feelings result
  29. what are the scriptural compatabilities of the relational model?
    total depravity bessiting sin role of ID in sanctification indicative/imperative
  30. what are the scriptural incompatabilities of the relational model?
    "over-reliance on ""feel the pain""; don't need to dwell on past in order to experience healing (but past is significant); Crabb has silly exegesis at times; unaquainted w/healthy Body Life"
  31. What are the main points in teaching the relationships chart?
    1. understand the primacy of love; 2. God's part vs. our part in learning & practicing it; 3. where love requires deliberate action; 4. Love is rooted in God & his Word; 5. love defines Christian ethics & spiritual life
  32. what are the basic qualities of love?
    gracious emotional disciplining sacrificial
  33. What distinction does 1 Pet. 1:22 make?
    phileo vs. agape: God gives us affection for others (indicative) & we need to sacrifice for others (imperative)
  34. What is 1 Cor. 16:14 about?
    love requires deliberate action
  35. name a verse about the primacy of love
    1 Tim. 1:5
  36. what is 1 John 4:16 about?
    love is rooted in God & His Word our source for understanding love
  37. name a verse that says love defines Christian ethics
    Gal. 5:14
  38. name 2 verses that say love defintes spiritual life
    1 Jn. 4:12 20
  39. Describe the common experience of a casual relationship
    occasional contact fun times
  40. describe the common experience of a close relationship
    planned time have to see quality time shared goals
  41. describe the common experience of an intimate relationship
    extensive time commitment availabity shared worlds
  42. describe the personal inner workings of a casual relationship
    a general knowledge see potential you open up
  43. describe the personal inner workings of a close relationship
    promote potential pointed questions share your life loyalty
  44. describe the personal inner workings of an intimate relationship
    completely opten commited to growth affirmation & confrontatino two-way relationship accountability
  45. describe the emotions of a casual relationship
    real warmth interest
  46. describe the emotions of a close relationship
    prioritize thankfulness dependency
  47. describe the emotions of an intimate relationship
    affection often verbal spontaneous expressions
  48. how can the relationships chart be applied?
    1. identify problem area; 2. appropriate God's power in these areas; 3. deepend a relationship by bringing it to the next level

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