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Depression, Medication, and Biblical Counseling

Depression, Medication, and Biblical Counseling

BCC Staff Note:

Earlier in our BCC Grace & Truth blog series on Biblical Counseling and Depression, we posted Dr. Bob Kellemen’s article, “I’m Thinking about Going to the Doctor for Depression Meds”—What Is a Compassionate, Comprehensive Response? That article by Dr. Kellemen was part of a multi-part blog series he ran at his RPM Ministries blog site Changing Lives.

Dr. Kellemen has collated his entire series into a free PDF download and is making it available to our BCC readership. You can download the free PDF at:

Depression, Medication, and Biblical Counseling

In these posts, Dr. Kellemen engages Dr. David Murray in discussions about depression, medication, cognitive-behavioral therapy, biblical counseling, and much more. We believe that these posts, and the collated PDF that contains the post, provide not only sound wisdom, but also a model of winsomely engaging those whose views may be somewhat different from ours.

Original Posts

If you would like to visit the original posts, share direct links to those posts, or “Tweet” about the posts, here are the direct links to Dr. Kellemen’s blog posts.

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